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Old 04-15-2013, 02:13 AM   #31
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Old 06-13-2013, 06:24 PM   #32
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my neighbor's ion is doing the same thing. the water is comming from a vent behiend the carpet wall. Don't know why its there. I told her not to drive on big puddles, the intake is right next to the rear wheel. If it still leaks I will seal the rubber flapper shut.
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Old 06-14-2013, 01:58 AM   #33
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my neighbor's ion is doing the same thing. the water is comming from a vent behiend the carpet wall. Don't know why its there. I told her not to drive on big puddles, the intake is right next to the rear wheel. If it still leaks I will seal the rubber flapper shut.
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Original post is for an S-series so there are certainly differences.

The vent you are talking about is the vent for the car so that air can get out when the HVAC blower is running. If you seal the vent flaps you will not get proper HVAC blower operation. Water should not get in through the flaps but it can get in by the edges of the vent assmbly. If you try to seal anything you should do the edges.
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Old 12-13-2015, 10:27 PM   #34
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Hello, all Saturn owners if you have a leak in the trunk take a credit card and clean out the lower back windshield Grommet seal around the lower portion of the rear window
you will see a hose on each side that drains out the water I've done this a few times as dirt clogs the drain for the rear window a credit card works best just use a spray bottle of cleaner anything like Windex or scrubbing bubbles to flush the dirt and pry the rubber or plastic type of trim away from the window and clean all dirt look close and you will see the drains take a weed wacker string and feed it down the hole and you will be all set give it a try it is the culprit luck to all SATURNS ARE THE BEST
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