Yea this is strange as the carpet cover and board are dry just wet in the wheel well .But i did seal the grommet .and i'll try the hose on it and go from there.I have the same issue. It has been bothering me for months. My particle board and carpet cover are starting to develop mold. :wacko: I thought it was a leaky grommet beneath but I think perusing that is a lost cause.
There is a Guide in the topic finder, but I don't think it is related.[/b]
I had this problem too, and it drove me nuts, but i fixed it. THere are several rubber plugs that go into the floor of the trunk. I pried these out (ever so gently) and then cleaned them up and wiped them down with rubbing alcohol. I then took some silicone caulk and liberally applied it to the plugs and reinstalled them. I even crawled under the car to add a small additional amount of caulk just for good measure. This completely and totally solved the problem, it's been over a year now and NO MORE WATER IN THE TRUNK!!! If this doesn't work for you, then you probably have a bad trunk seal gasket.[/b]
You might check the seals around the rear lamps. My 91' was leaking around the driver side lamp and settling into the spare tire well.Just got in my trunk to get out my lug wrench in discovered water in the spare tire well .Any ideas about were this is coming from? There is a rubber seal in the bottom of the well that i sealed up but i was wondering if anyone else has this problem.
Several good suggestions are given in previous posts in this thread......i have a leaky trunk too but i know where its coming from. but i dont know how to fix it. its coming from the joints of steel infront of the trunk gasket where the factory used seam sealer. my seal sealed leak is all cracked. any one have a idea beside seam sealer???????:dunno: