How does water get in by the seat track of 914


Asked by pensrollei Jan 02, 2012 at 10:27 PM about the 1975 Porsche 914

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my newly purchased porshe collects water by the seat tracks floor and in the rear truck.  I can't find how the water gets in.  Any ideas?

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You can maybe look at the rubber seal around the back hood or put your car on a lift and look be tween the tank and wall there might be some rust there.

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Michael Griffin

On the interior the rear glass maybe leaking In the trunk the tail light housing seal maybe dry rotted originally the manufacture add a rtv. Black like sealer around that area

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