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Old 03-03-2008, 03:37 PM   #1
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Question Water leak in trunk

Ok, I have a problem that has been bugging me for some time now. I have this leak in my trunk on the driver side. I have water that fills up the rear driver side pocket. I also have water damage on the driver side rear door, along the bottom of door frame, rust. Some times after a rain, I can open this door and water will gush out. However, the water in the trunk I have to scoop up to remove. I have seen other 91-96 SL2 with the same rust problem.

I had a body shop look into it once, but they couldn't find the problem. Has anyone ever dealt with this issue before? Any solutions?

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Old 03-03-2008, 06:33 PM   #2
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Same problem here with water in the trunk. I currently have paper towel strategically spread around to see if the water is dripping from above or running down the side of the trunk somewhere. If I can figure it out, I'll post.

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Old 03-03-2008, 06:44 PM   #3
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I had the same issue with my 95 Saturn.
you should climb into the trunk of the car with a flashlight and then get someone to spray the trunk with water as you try look for the leak.

Once you, if you do, just get some clear silicone and fill the area with it. Just make sure you clean off all the water and possible mildew buildup before you do this.

My leak came thru the welds around where the taillight sits. It'd not too hard to fix.

Also, be sure to open up the spare tire well, and make sure there is no water in the well. My well had tons of water in it, so watch for that.

it could also be the weather stripping for the trunk along with a possibility of a weld behind one of the back exterior fenders. There are other threads about these issues, just do a search.

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Old 03-04-2008, 09:09 AM   #4
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I had the same issue with my 95 Saturn.
you should climb into the trunk of the car with a flashlight and then get someone to spray the trunk with water as you try look for the leak.

Once you, if you do, just get some clear silicone and fill the area with it. Just make sure you clean off all the water and possible mildew buildup before you do this.

My leak came thru the welds around where the taillight sits. It'd not too hard to fix.

Also, be sure to open up the spare tire well, and make sure there is no water in the well. My well had tons of water in it, so watch for that.

it could also be the weather stripping for the trunk along with a possibility of a weld behind one of the back exterior fenders. There are other threads about these issues, just do a search.
After posting this I discovered other posts that had leaks in their trunk through welds seams. (I can be a at times) This is what I kind of thought, but my more pressing problem is the water that collects in the rear driver side door jam.

I have had a body shop repair the rust holes, replace the door seals, performed water test, and nothing helps. I'm at a lost with the door.

Maybe its linked with the trunk, but I doubt it though.

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Old 03-06-2008, 02:13 PM   #5
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I had the same problem with a leak (well, not exact same).
My leak is right above the driver/suicide door (around where they meet)...
Water appears to be coming through and into where the seatbelt comes from the roof and it just slowly gathers there and eventually causes a wet spot on the roof and drips onto my back seats.
I haven't a clue where the leak is, but assume it's coming from where the roof meets that black (on my car it's black atleast) trim. I have checked the door seals and they aren't ever wet and seem to work well.
Anyhow, it only happens when it rains ALL day, not if it only rains for a couple of hours or when i wash my car, so it is slow to collect.

I wish you luck with finding yours, because I am also in the process of finding my leak.

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I have the same problem but on the passenger side of my car. I got a towel there now to soak up all the rain.

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Old 03-07-2008, 09:00 PM   #7
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Hi,

Do you have a sunroof? On my 93 SC2, one of the drain lines had come loose in the trunk, and filled the trunk with water. Also, one of the other lines got clogged with debris, and flooded the passenger compartment.

My 94 SC2 has a rear deck spoiler, and water would get into the trunk through the mounting holes for it. I sealed the area around where the spoiler attached to the trunk, and that solved the problem.

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Old 03-09-2008, 11:20 PM   #8
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My 94 SC2 has a rear deck spoiler, and water would get into the trunk through the mounting holes for it. I sealed the area around where the spoiler attached to the trunk, and that solved the problem.
This weekend I spent sealing the metal seams on my driver side rear quarter panel. I did this after I took the carpet liner out of the trunk and noticed water lines in the area that water collected.

Since I was into sealing leaks this weekend, I sealed the rain gutter on the driver side, maybe this will solve my problem with water collecting in the back driver side door.

Also, no sunroof.

Its suppose to get warmer here, around 40-50 degF this week. When that happens I'll water test my work. Hopefully all is good.

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Old 03-10-2008, 06:23 AM   #9
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On the coupes, the trunk leak issue is normally a bad weld in the spaceframe under the rear quarter panel. On the sedans, it's possible it could be the same, but they are not known for it. It's usually clogged sunroof drains, for sedans. I had the bad weld problem in my 2002 SC1. Another possibility is bad door seals. I replaced mine on my SC1 as well. Also, trunk seal is another one to look at.

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Old 03-10-2008, 07:28 AM   #10
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On the coupes, the trunk leak issue is normally a bad weld in the spaceframe under the rear quarter panel. On the sedans, it's possible it could be the same, but they are not known for it. It's usually clogged sunroof drains, for sedans. I had the bad weld problem in my 2002 SC1. Another possibility is bad door seals. I replaced mine on my SC1 as well. Also, trunk seal is another one to look at.
I for got to mention the rust I discovered at these seams that I sealed. One was inside the trunk above the driver side hinge, mainly surface rust, but a seam is there, so I sealed it with RTV on top side. Another seam was next to the rear driver side light assembly. Most of the factory sealant was bad there and rust was forming in its place. I dug out most of the old sealant and replaced with RTV. Then a seam that ran on top of the spaceframe (about 1ft long) starting from the second seam I corrected had similar poor factory sealant. Dug out and replaced. This last seam appears to have allowed water to leak into the upper frame, which cause the most rust damage near the trunk in the rear wheel well. Its not a structural issue, so I'm not too concern.

Of course, I'm the odd ball that has a sedan with bad seams in the trunk.

I think the trunk repair will work, but I'm not so confident about the door leak issue.

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Old 03-10-2008, 02:32 PM   #11
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If I continue to have trouble with water leaks I'm going to try something new.

I will take the carpet out, then sprinkle baby powder lightly on all the surfaces of the trunk. This will leave water trails that should lead me to the source. A drip from a spoiler fastener will leave a splat mark instead of a trial mark. I have four or five posts for my spoiler, so I have a high possibility for this to be a problem, but I think I would have notice rust on one of the nuts.

Maybe the baby power trick might help others.......

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Old 03-10-2008, 06:15 PM   #12
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Well after 9 years, I noticed the other day, that I had
about 4 inches of water in the hollow, on the driver side
of the trunk. I've never had a leak anywhere before, and
I was surprised to find the water there. I'm not sure
where it's comming from either. I don't seem to have
any leaks around the 3rd door, and I didn't have any
water in there after I washed the car either......not
sure where it's comming from.
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Well after 9 years, I noticed the other day, that I had
about 4 inches of water in the hollow, on the driver side
of the trunk. I've never had a leak anywhere before, and
I was surprised to find the water there. I'm not sure
where it's comming from either. I don't seem to have
any leaks around the 3rd door, and I didn't have any
water in there after I washed the car either......not
sure where it's comming from.
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99% chance it's from a gap in the rear quarter. They use some sort of sealant from the factory to seal up the gaps, but it doesn't always last that long, or they miss a spot.

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99% chance it's from a gap in the rear quarter. They use some sort of sealant from the factory to seal up the gaps, but it doesn't always last that long, or they miss a spot.
Are you talking about where that little holding spot is?
I notice the sealant bead all around the differnt parts
of that area, but it all looks intact. I went out after I
posted and pulled the carpet away back there, and folded
the seatback own, but I didn't see any traces of leaks.
Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place from what your
talking about? I don't have a picture of the area, but
there's an electrical grommet for the wire to go through.
Hope I can find it before the rainy season!
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Are you talking about where that little holding spot is?
I notice the sealant bead all around the differnt parts
of that area, but it all looks intact. I went out after I
posted and pulled the carpet away back there, and folded
the seatback own, but I didn't see any traces of leaks.
Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place from what your
talking about? I don't have a picture of the area, but
there's an electrical grommet for the wire to go through.
Hope I can find it before the rainy season!
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I'm not sure where to look on the inside. I didn't diagnose mine, I only saw it with the rear quarter off and a crap load of weld sealer on the rear quarter where two parts of the space frame are welded together. It was weird to see my car driving around the parking lot without a rear bumper or right rear quarter.

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Old 03-10-2008, 10:31 PM   #16
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I had the same problem I removed the rear quarter panel. Used silicone sealant on and around the welds. I haven't had leaky trunk since then, yeah the weather is suppose to be 40-50 Tues-Wed.

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I'm not sure where to look on the inside. I didn't diagnose mine, I only saw it with the rear quarter off and a crap load of weld sealer on the rear quarter where two parts of the space frame are welded together. It was weird to see my car driving around the parking lot without a rear bumper or right rear quarter.

Oh, ok....I may have someone go with me to the carwash,
and see if I can see it come in from inside. I would think
it would have to be comming in from higher then where it
is settling. I just don't see anyplace above, where it looks
like any water has ever come in. I'm starting to wonder if
it is happening when there is ice and snow on the car, and
its getting in through the trunk seal, but I don't see any
traces of it looking at the underside of the trunk carpet.
Looks like a weekend project
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Old 03-10-2008, 10:50 PM   #18
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my 94 had a really bad leak, i noticed it in spring when we got the showers, i had to take it to the car wash to vacuum out the water (it was on the left side in that pocket thing too, my 98 doesnt leak at all and im glad-my 94's trunk smelt awful! off-subject, but my moms 2004 taurus, the spare tire compartment was COMPLETLY filled with water, we measured it and it was about 15 gallons....since then she's gotten a 07 cruiser which doesnt leak!

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Update:

It was in the low 50s so I water tested my sealant job. To my disappointment I still have a leak, however, it appears to be less. I had my daughter hold the garden hose (opened ended) and with low water pressure for this test. I held it near where the roof meets the rear window (more to the driver side) so that the water would just flow down toward the trunk. The water easily filled the gap between the rear window and the trunk lid. I watched with a flashlight and saw it dripping in the same locations that I sealed. I also discovered the other side was leaking the same way, just not as bad.

So, I added sealant to the passenger side and added more beneath the lower rear window trim. I noticed that the lower the water flow was, that is, the gap between the window and the trunk did not fill up all the way, the drips where less.

I'm wondering if the seal between the lower rear window near the trunk is bad. Its hard to see up there, so I was using my air compressor to force air though what ever might look like a potential leak spot. Discovered some using this method.

Tonight I will try the water test again since the RTV should be dry by then.

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It was in the low 50s so I water tested my sealant job. To my disappointment I still have a leak, however, it appears to be less. I had my daughter hold the garden hose (opened ended) and with low water pressure for this test. I held it near where the roof meets the rear window (more to the driver side) so that the water would just flow down toward the trunk. The water easily filled the gap between the rear window and the trunk lid. I watched with a flashlight and saw it dripping in the same locations that I sealed. I also discovered the other side was leaking the same way, just not as bad.

So, I added sealant to the passenger side and added more beneath the lower rear window trim. I noticed that the lower the water flow was, that is, the gap between the window and the trunk did not fill up all the way, the drips where less.

I'm wondering if the seal between the lower rear window near the trunk is bad. Its hard to see up there, so I was using my air compressor to force air though what ever might look like a potential leak spot. Discovered some using this method.

Tonight I will try the water test again since the RTV should be dry by then.
Did you have the rear quarter panels off for this? The spot I'm talking about on the coupes cannot be accessed with them on . And your trunk seal is likely bad.

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