FLU419 Leaking Water in Cab


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Steel Soldiers Supporter
Hiawassee, Georgia
My SEE has been in some substantial rains in the past and never leaked a drop of water in the cab when parked on level ground. I parked the SEE on about a 15 degree slope facing uphill and we had almost 6 inches of rain over a couple of days. I ended up with about two inches of water in the floor pan on the drivers side. I'm sure there was more water there that had leaked out since this isn't a watertight area. The passenger side didn't have a drop of water. Now, I'm trying to find where the water is coming from. I wish I had known it was leaking because I could have investigated and probably identified the leak location. Now it's time to bring out the garden hose.


Active member
New Holland, PA
I get a lot of water in the Driver side footwell during rain as well. I always assume it was coming in through the door seal because I would occasionally spot water on the side of the door. However I got the garage to store it in before I completed troubleshooting. based on the volume of water that accumulates, it must be a point where water is concentrated.
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