Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 17:36:21 GMT
From: Taflet <>
Subject: Re: Water leakage

I have the exact same car and had the exact same problem just a few weeks ago. The leak was coming from the rubber seal on the windshield which was starting to pull away near one of the three metal brackets under the seal. Depending on where the broken seal is, the water can drip down into almost anything - in your case the heater core. There are three metal brackets under the seal: one near the VIN plate, one in the centre and the third on the opposite side. Rather than having the windshield remounted (which is apparently difficult due to these metal brackets), I went down to a local glass repair shop and he simply ran a bead of black sealant along the top of the rubber seal. Done! No more leaks. Hope this helps you out. Taflet On Sun, 18 Aug 2002 09:51:35 GMT, "Asbj»rn Nesse" <> wrote: >Hi, > >I have a SAAB 900 Turbo 1995 model and has a problem nobody has been able to >fix. And that is: Almost everytime it rains I got rainwater into the heater >chamber which leak out into the passenger area in the front of the >midconsol. It is not condense water and is not cooling water, that's for >sure. > >The drainage host is also cleaned for leaves and other particles from trees >which might follow the water stream. All has been cleaned up. No way the >water can flow over into the heat chamber. > >All covers and wipers have been demounuted many times for detecting of >eventuelly small cracks in the covers over the cabin air inlet without any >luck so far. > >Please help me if there is anybody out there with experience in similar >problems, and have the solution?? > >Best and frustrating regards from > >Asbj»rn Nesse >-Norway > >Please answer my email: >

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