Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2000 18:49:20 -0800 From: TimeRangernopsam.com Subject: Re: Trunk Leak Was a Flood!
On Sat, 19 Feb 2000 18:40:05 -0500, "Jim LeMaster" <lemasterjpmdnopsamon.total-web.net> wrote: > When I raised the cover of the trunk there was about 4 inches of water >down where the spare is. This is gettin' serious. I unplugged the two little >drains, let it empty and dried everything off and put it back. The thing I >need to know is where the deuce is it coming in? The inside of the trunk >isn't wet, just down below. I still don't think it's the rubber strip around >the trunk. Can someone help please... or should I start collecting two of >each animal in my neighborhood and start looking for gopher wood and a cubit >measuring stick? :>( H-E-L-P G-L-U-G...G-L-U-G > >Jim in WV >87 900S > > Jim, it is time for you to do some testing. Start right where you think it *isnt* leaking. Take a hose and run water around the trunk edges trying not to get too much water on or around the lights. After a few minutes, open the trunk and check. Another possibility is that a wheel-well liner is corroded (rust) out or has broken loose and is allowing wheel spray to enter. -- "Our eyes and hands and feet will give us the same assistance in doing mischief as in doing good; but it would not therefore be better for the world, that all mankind were blind and lame. Arms are not to be laid aside by honest men, because carried by assassins and ruffians; they are to be used the rather for this very reason." -George Campbell