Water pooling on drivers side floor mat

Jas0n

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Hey y’all,

The rain is back in washington state. I’ve noticed that waters been pooling on my drivers side floor mat. It seems to come somewhere from the door seal. It leaks under my dash into the floor well. Anyone else having this issue? Headed to the dealer this week but would like to know if anyone’s had this as well?





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There is a YouTube video about this. The duct that drains water from the windshield header runs through the A pillar and empties just under the windshield. If you remove the corner cowl you should be able to see it. There is a seam right below it that if it's not sealed correctly will direct that water to the footwell.
 

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I can't believe they still can't get such a basic thing right.

I had a TJ the dealer "fixed" with about 3/4 of a tube of silicone. :(
 

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Hey y’all,

The rain is back in washington state. I’ve noticed that waters been pooling on my drivers side floor mat. It seems to come somewhere from the door seal. It leaks under my dash into the floor well. Anyone else having this issue? Headed to the dealer this week but would like to know if anyone’s had this as well?
Hi Jas0n,
We're sorry to hear that you are experiencing this. Please let us know via private message if you would like any extra assistance while your Jeep is being serviced.
Lydia
Jeep Social Care Specialist
 

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Hi Jas0n,
We're sorry to hear that you are experiencing this. Please let us know via private message if you would like any extra assistance while your Jeep is being serviced.
Lydia
Jeep Social Care Specialist
Having the exact same thing happen, Rubicon is less than a year old and the dealership couldn't find it. This thing is a 50k lemon!
 

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There is a YouTube video about this. The duct that drains water from the windshield header runs through the A pillar and empties just under the windshield. If you remove the corner cowl you should be able to see it. There is a seam right below it that if it's not sealed correctly will direct that water to the footwell.
Any chance you know the title of the video or link it? My 2019 JLU is at the dealership for the 2nd time now for this issue. They couldn't figure it out the first time around and I'm having doubts they will this time.
 

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Could be coming from a plug in the firewall on the driver's side. Look in the engine bay and make sure it's seated properly. You can test by hosing your windshield and then tracing the leak.
 

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