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#2 of 42 Carpet in back all wet
Oct 22, 2005 (11:51 pm)
I have a 98 Neon 4dr. The other day I noticed that the carpet in the back seat areas was soaking wet. I had been driving in rain along the interstate, but did not drive through any standing water. Where could the water be coming from?
#3 of 42 Re: Carpet in back all wet [neonnut]
Dec 02, 2005 (6:46 pm)
Your rear taillights are leking and filling your trunk with water , I've been fighting this for a year and still can't fix it!good luck!
#4 of 42 Re: Carpet in back all wet [neonnut]
Feb 06, 2006 (9:08 am)
Try removing the lights from the trunk. Put a nice bead of silicone sealer on the light gasket and reinstall. Once I did that my 97 trunk leak vanished.
#5 of 42 Wet floorboards in back seat
Jan 15, 2006 (8:29 am)
The rear floorboards in my Daughters 2001 Neon get wet (really wet) when it rains. This happens when it's parked. She first noticed it on the drivers side, I thought she had left a window cracked open, not so. It quit. However last month she finds the right side is now leaking. Anyone have a similar problem, or advice?
#6 of 42 Re: Wet floorboards in back seat [frances5]
Jan 15, 2006 (12:02 pm)
It is probably the taillights. I'm not sure exactly where because mine isn't fixed all the way yet, but check for leaks in that area. I'm sure the well for the spare tire flooded too...
#7 of 42 Re: Wet floorboards in back seat [monkey7312]
Jan 19, 2006 (7:04 pm)
Thanks I'll take a look. Does yours get wet when it's parked as well?
#8 of 42 Re: Wet floorboards in back seat [frances5]
Jan 21, 2006 (2:59 pm)
I think it gets wet when it's parked and when it's moving... just whenever there's water. I don't get big puddles like some people have said, but it's pretty wet. It's probably just enough to make something rust
#10 of 42 Re: Wet floorboards in back seat [monkey7312]
Jan 23, 2006 (12:15 pm)
My 2000 Plymouth Neon was also leaking. The dealership said they typically leak through the tail lights, into the trunk, then underneath the back seat to the floor. They charged me $500 to dry the entire car out and fix the leak. I've had it back 2 days, and its raining outside, so I will know soon if its really fixed.
Seems like this is a design flaw and should have been corrected my Plymouth/Dodge by now.