my michanic made a hole in my trunk to let a heavy water leak out?

Asked by Feb 19, 2016 at 11:54 PM about the 2003 Saturn ION Base

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had water leak in my trunk, my mechanic dug a permanent hole in the trunk to get the water out , is this good idea and how to guarantee it will not be clogged or gather lizards  snakes ??

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First of all,a good mechanic would have fixed the seal that caused the leak,not put a hole in your trunk,where there is one many way,there should be a plastic plug under spare tire to drain any water out.

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I agree.

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at least he did not use a rifle to make the hole~

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their was nothing under the spare tire, I was told there are more than one vent holes in the rear fenders left and right connected to the trunk, on the inside. this is where the water go threw to the trunk, when the rain is heavy. what is needed is blocking those vents.

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