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post #1 of 4 Old 12-08-2011, 04:56 AM Thread Starter
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HELP!! Water leaking down by brake pedal

Im having a big problem whenever there is a good rain storm, there is a puddle that collects on my drivers side floor mat. So one day i looked up and saw some drips coming down right above the brake pedal. And also today we had some rain last night I had the water on my floormat and then when I went to go turn my steering wheel water came out from between the gap between the column and the steering wheel. any suggestions will be great
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IS that your truck in your avatar pic? If so pull the visor off and get some good sealant for the bolts and while its off make sure the windshield isnt leaking

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Yes it is my truck in the avatar, I have checked the visor and resealed it and still getting water in. I tried one night place a tarp over the vents outside below the windshield and the next morning there was no water and it poured out that night so Im confused
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You have a leak in the vent area, pretty common for leaks in there as there is just a seal in there that will go bad over time.
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