96 Buick Park Avenue with a leaking trunk

Old 10-02-07, 05:12 AM
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96 Buick Park Avenue with a leaking trunk

I have a 1996 Buick Park Avenue. Just bought it. It was a Florida car with no rust, very clean. It rained yesterday and when I opened the trunk, the carpet was soaking wet and there was a bunch of water in the trunk. Has this happened to anyone else, is this a common problem? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.


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Thumbs up water leak

best thing to do is water test rear taillights ,trunk gasket,body seams behind lites with soapy water and air, or removetrunk interior, and backseat have a helper pure water fron gardenhose (low presser) starting at tail lites and working up in the meantime you get in back seat area with a flashlite and see were it is coming from good luck PS when moving hose up from starting point go slowly every minute or so
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Trunk leaking

Another method is to put someone in the trunk with a flashlight and get out the hose. Don't slam the lid as it is hard on ear drums. RW
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Does it leak in even when the car is not moving?, to rule out tires spraying water up from below?

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