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Leakage in heavy rain

Old 06-10-2018, 06:08 AM
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I wonder if anyone can tell me where the drain holes are located on a 2008 Sebring convertible. I've managed to stop leakage from the top, but I'm still getting water in (I assume) from the door. Water accumulates on the floor behind the passenger seat, so I'm guessing it's the right door that's the problem.

Old 06-10-2018, 01:16 PM
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Look under the car, along the flange at the bottom of the rocker panel. There are places where the metal pieces which make up the flange separate a little. Poke a wire from a coat hanger up into those spaces to see if you can clear the drains. Look under the bottom side of the door for door drains. Also inspect the weatherstrip all around the door, especially at the bottom to make sure it's properly in place. If it has come loose, either snap it back in place or get some weatherstrip glue from an auto parts store to secure it.
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