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post #1 of 6 Old 06-10-2013, 06:58 PM Thread Starter
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Water in glove box after it rains hard

Hey guys idk if anyone on here has already put a thread up or not but the other day after it had rained really hard down here my buddy went and opened my glove box and i had about 1 inch of rain standing in my glove box it also was wet on the driver side, i looked and looked and couldnt find anyway that the water could get in, i never run my A/C so it couldnt be from that like i said it only did it after the hard rain.

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The early model trucks sometimes had a windshield leak but showed up on the drivers side floorboard. Never saw one leak at the glovebox but it could leak anywhere if the installer didn't put enough stickum in a spot.


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thats what im getting everywhere i look is that its the windshield! its also leaking on into the driver side floorboard.. thanks for the insight

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Do you have a sunroof? If so take compressed air and blow out the drain holes
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yes i have a sunroof... where are the drain holes at?? and if that was the problem wouldnt my head liner be wet too?? or does it just run to the pilars and would that be causing it to leak into the glove box tho??

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They are in each corner almost in line with the pillars, and I believe u are right about the water running down the pillars. I had no water on my headliner either good luck and let me know how it works out
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