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Old 07-06-2010, 06:37 AM
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Door sill removal

How do I remove the door sills? My carpet is getting real wet after it rains and I wanted to pull out the passenger side interior to get a better idea of where the leak might be coming from.

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Old 07-06-2010, 06:46 AM
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are u referring to the plastic part? if so, under dash above carpet is a tab thingy pullit w/needlenose they are 1" long. pull out that piece & all the others along floor will follow, be gentle, tabs can get a bit stuck from being wet & it sucks if one breaks cuz then u have a tiny buldge. i can link pics more then likely

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Old 07-06-2010, 09:21 AM
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How do I remove the door sills? My carpet is getting real wet after it rains and I wanted to pull out the passenger side interior to get a better idea of where the leak might be coming from.

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Regarding your leak. I had the same problem on my pass side. discovered that the heater plenum was filling up with water and leaking through the air door. I COULD NOT locate how the water was getting in the plenum box. Finally solved the problem by removing the inner fender liner and drilling a hole in the bottom of the box. Water still gets into the box, but now it drains and stays out of the interior.
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Old 07-06-2010, 09:48 AM
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The leak for me is definitely higher up. I have some dripping coming from the grid handle on the passenger side grip handle. I don't see any water anywhere else except that the carpet is soaked. I'm guessing its going down the a-pillar to the carpet.
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