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FLOOD in rear of car! HELP!!!

Justme2007

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2007 G6 sedan. It's not the sunroof and the car was PARKED and not being driven! Literally a flood on the floor behind the drivers seat. Peeled back the ceiling and it is dry and the sunroof drains are still hooked up right. Checked the trunk and that looks good. What is going on?! Please help!
 

melsg5

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did you blow out the drains with compressed air?
have you tried replicating the leak with a water hose?
 

DPolfus

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Same Problem

My 2005 Pontiac G6 GT did the same thing, Make sure you double check the drainage. I had to take off the headliner in my car before I saw where it was leaking. It as a relatively easy fix and the only hard part was finding the leak.
 
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