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Old 10-21-2010, 12:50 PM   #1
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Question Water on LS2 driver side floor

I have a 2000 LS2 that has a rather large amount of water on the drivers floor. I have checked it multiple times and I'm sure it is just water not radiator fluid. I have also not used the AC or defroster in over a month.

I had thought that it may be a leaking door seal but the other day I used a wet vac to clear out the water, then when I came back in the morning there was more water and the car had been in the garage all night so no rain could get in.

Any one have any ideas? I was wondering if there was a clogged drain pipe for the sunroof some where that could be leaking or a drain for the area just bellow the windshield.
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Old 10-21-2010, 07:59 PM   #2
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Default Re: Water on LS2 driver side floor

I would find your heater core and check it for leaks. My LW300 leaked anti freeze really slow but looked like a lot of water in the floor. Was a simple fix with some o rings from the hardware store.
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