Last post on Apr 09, 2013 at 10:11 AM
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Mercury Grand Marquis, Auto Body, Auto Repair, Sedan
#46 of 48 Re: water leak passenger side rear floor [2006gm]
Nov 20, 2011 (7:08 pm)
Does anyone know of a fix for this problem.
#47 of 48 Re: 2001 Merc water leak [mtnman1938]
Jun 27, 2012 (10:56 pm)
I purchased 2008 , used, from dealeship-the dr door was maladjusted-rubber sealant on windshield-front cowl maladjusted --Dealer said nothing was wrong with car at sale..--whenever I use wipers and washer the cabin fill with fumes from washer fluid. Also ac never gets cool on 80 degree days with 3 people inside. 2nd dealership charged me about 800$- they readjusted dr door and trunk lid--watered down washer fluid so as not to have a scent--completly ignored me when i suggested washer fumes leaking into cabin and lack of ac cooling was the same problem--lack of sealing. Also --when stopped behind idling cars -there exhaust is overwhelming.. also-the windshield fogs up on most rainy days. I do not use washer when cleaning windshield because of obnoxious fumes leaking inside. I must handwash/clean. Service-depts really are not astute to troubleshoot and fix-- A good dashboard/firewall tech could easily detect and fix this issue. I am sure there is at least one service dept with one qualified service rep in the Wash.,,DC area. I will continue on to a third service dept --just maybe I will luck up and have this one thing fixed and resolve all the above issues. I hope this letter helps you to refine and define your issues with water leaks or any leaks that brings in fumes- leaks ac air cooling, winter time heating not warm enough, foggy windows. thanks for reading id: sorrymodelyr08
#48 of 48 Re: Reply to Merc water leak [cobrass]
Apr 09, 2013 (10:11 am)
I too had the infamous water leak on the passenger side.
The passenger side wheel well needed removed then I could see the 1 bolt and nut that allowed water to run back in the cabin. The bolt was just under the Heater box assembly. Just put a silicone around it, and around the rubber flapper hole in the firewall. No more leak.
Thanks to all that posted their scenerios This helped track down my issue.