Last post on Apr 24, 2013 at 5:06 AM
You are in the Chevrolet S-10 & GMC S15 Sonoma
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Chevrolet S-10, GMC Sonoma, Auto Body, Interior, Truck
#10 of 14 Re: Wet floor when it rains [s10trucker]
Mar 27, 2007 (4:01 am)
Thanks. That sounds like it might be it for me as well. We checked a couple other "common" sources for the same issue with no luck so hopefully when I get the carpet up this summer I will find it.
#11 of 14 Re: Wet floor when it rains [loveroadsters]
Nov 17, 2010 (10:33 pm)
i have this same problem with a 2000 gmc sonoma. i found that mine had been leaking where someone installed a sun deflector and tried to put the seal back on with blue goo, after a while the silicone got weathered and it started leaking.
#12 of 14 Re: Wet floor when it rains [s10trucker]
Apr 24, 2011 (6:28 pm)
in the fire wall a windshield drain or slanted channel running from the passenger side of the cab to the drivers side,was created to get rid of water from the windshield (just under the cowling). tthe problem is usually due to a drain hole getting stopped up by leaves or other debris and letting the water sit and corrode through to the inside of te cab. remove the fender and use body sealer or even liquid nails to fill it in, this corrosion can also be caused by a build up of the sealant that gm uses on its pannels and "dams up" the water.
#13 of 14 Re: Rain water leaking in on to the passanger side floorbord only [emily7]
Sep 18, 2011 (10:14 pm)
My 97 S-10 had wet carpet on the driver side. Turned out to be two things. #1. The back glass was leaking at the driver side top corner. Looked like the headliner got stuck in the glass adhesive when assembled.
#2 The body seam on the driver side of the back of the cab wasn't caulked properly at the factory. Bead of sealer was an inch away frm the seam. Besides it being a quality disaster, I enjoyed driving it.
#14 of 14 Re: Wet floor when it rains [s10trucker]
Apr 24, 2013 (5:06 am)
I have the same issue, If you do not mind can you be more specific in reference to the location of the plastic panels? Your assistance would be greatly appreciated.