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    Quote Originally Posted by TurboMike View Post
    No sunroof. Water is INSIDE the door. Not getting into interior of car. I've looked for the "drain holes" but there are only three holes for trim pops. Water should not be getting into the door as others have said.
    Same issue - water getting into my rear passenger door - wiring is starting to corrode. Not into car, but into door - would love to see pics.
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    Ugh after Trop Storm Arthur now I'm getting water in my front pass door too. I just stick a pen cap in the door trim until it all drips out. I might just cut one of the clips out, or drill a drain hole next to the trim and let it drip out as a short term solution.

    Anyone know how I can get these TSB pics??

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    Pictures that can be added to first post.

    #PIC5283: Water Leak Into Passenger Compartment From Rear Doors - keywords wet - (Nov 20, 2009)


    Subject: Water leak into passenger compartment from rear doors


    Models: 2008-2009 Pontiac G8


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    The following diagnosis might be helpful if the vehicle exhibits the symptom(s) described in this PI.

    Condition/Concern:
    Some customers may comment about water found on the interior of the vehicle near one of the rear doors.

    Recommendation/Instructions:
    If a customer comments about a water leak in the rear of the passenger compartment and you have it narrowed down to the front of one of the rear door seals, follow the procedure listed below.

    Locate the area of the door seal pictured below.
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    There is a rubber plug that is part of the door weather stripping (pictured below). This rubber plug is meant to keep water from falling off of the roof and funneling down into the door.
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    Pull the weather stripping back to expose the body. Fill the void with silicone sealer in the areas with the arrows as pictured below.
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    The silicone should be in the areas pictured below.
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    Allow the silicone to dry then reinstall the weather-stripping making sure to properly position it in place. Retest for water leaks to confirm the vehicle is repaired.

    Please follow this diagnostic or repair process thoroughly and complete each step. If the condition exhibited is resolved without completing every step, the remaining steps do not need to be performed.

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    Fixed.
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    Thank you!!!
    2009.1 Pontiac G8 GT
    White Hot w/ Onyx interior, Prem Package, Sport Package, Sunroof


    SHOW: Holden badges, backup assist, & gauges, front clip shaved w/ painted lower grilles, clear bra, matte black hood scoops, 35% tint, auto dimming mirror, Homelink, bass bias mod, VG antenna, VIM, Bluetooth, spare w/ Pace jack kit, glovebox light, white fuse covers, Rotofab radiator cover, engine cover custom painted w/ SS trim, billet aluminum trim, SS hood liner, MGP caliper covers, Third Shift Studios plaque, JBL MS-8, JL amps, Morel and Focal speakers, 12" sub, Redline Goods armrest

    GO: Volant CAI, Superchips Cortex 91 tune, BP white catch can, modded lower grille, Solo axle backs; DBA 4000 series rotors; Russell SS brake lines; ATE Blue; Hawk ceramic pads, Camaro SS 20s 245/35F & 275/30R

    0-60 MPH: 5.01 Seconds | 1/4 Mile: 13.354 Seconds @ 105.85 MPH | 279kW / 572Nm DynoJet uncorrected

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