Okay, It is the rainy season here in the bahamas and well I noticed water leaking in when it rains. I have taken out my interior panels and trims because I am in the process of retrimming. One day as I was driving and it was raining, I realized water leaking in from the.....I assume......window trim into the interior of the door. Now I know a few guys with soarers who's door trims are water damaged. I also noticed when I took apart my door trim it to had water damage and I guess that is why. What can I do, if anything? I noticed there are some little small holes at the bottom of the door for water to get out.....I think. Someone please help because I want to sort this out before i put the interior back together. Thanks
Saturday, September 13, 2008 - 08:37 pm, by: Fran Valdivia(Silvasoarer)
Dave Cazes wrote on Monday, August 11, 2008 - 02:41 pm:
my windows are fogging up badly, and my carpet is wet.
If you have a Sunroof you might find that the sunroof drains are either blocked or dislodged and this will cause a pool of water to settle on the rear floors, causing the windows to fog and carpet to be wet
Guys, make sure that you dry out the carpets and inside of the car well. I had damp carpets in the car and left the car when I went away on a week's business trip - when I came back the inside door panels and dash board was full of greenish / blackish mold.
The mold just wiped off the dash board and instruments, but was a real mission to get off the leather on the door panels.