interior leak 97 camry - need advice? help....

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Hi...

I have a 97 Camry with a sunroof witch has a cab interior leak of some
sort on it's passenger side (sogy base), I drove through a super
large puddle about eight weeks ago that is when the problems started (I
think?) I live in the NW so we have had a very wet fall so far - does
anyone know what it might be, I checked the sun roof for a leak with
some warm water and I don't think that is it, I think it's related
to this puddle I went through in early October - It didn't leak before
that. How would I fix such a thing - If it's the puddle that - I
am going to rent a dehumidifier and see if that helps - if the leak was
from the puddle thing it should, right?....

Any suggestions? Thank you.

I also have a 22R-E strong 94 2WD Toyota... Go Toyota...!!
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Old 19 Dec 2006, 09:17 pm   #2 (permalink)
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On Mon, 18 Dec 2006 22:15:19 -0800, clearpepsi wrote:

> Hi...
>
> I have a 97 Camry with a sunroof witch has a cab interior leak of some
> sort on it's passenger side (sogy base), I drove through a super large
> puddle about eight weeks ago that is when the problems started (I think?)
> I live in the NW so we have had a very wet fall so far - does anyone know
> what it might be, I checked the sun roof for a leak with some warm water
> and I don't think that is it, I think it's related to this puddle I went
> through in early October - It didn't leak before that. How would I fix
> such a thing - If it's the puddle that - I am going to rent a dehumidifier
> and see if that helps - if the leak was from the puddle thing it should,
> right?....
>
> Any suggestions? Thank you.
>
> I also have a 22R-E strong 94 2WD Toyota... Go Toyota...!!
> clearpepsi@gmail.com



Take a look underneath the car and see if the plug got knocked out. There
should be a fairly good sized rubber plug about the middle of the floor
pan. If this has come loose, water could splash up underneath the car and
soak the floor.

This is a guess, as you did not mention WHERE the dampness is. This is
where I would look first.

Also, check the door mouldings. I have an '85 Corolla that this happened
to, and the mouldings were coming loose.

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