why does water leak in to dash on chevy venture dash

Asked by nezzer Apr 29, 2013 at 02:19 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet Venture LS Extended

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

water leaks in to dash when raining

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I think it's your windshield not sealing properly, take it to a windshield place to have the gasket replaced, perhaps it's a door seal, would have to train a hose on the Chevy and wait and watch to see who's the culprit..I guess, before condemning the windshield water-tightness~

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apparently common knowledge, problem 3 there, perhaps the Chevy dealer will have a heart knowing this problem~

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There are seam seals and a water dam around the air intake in the cowl that sometimes dry out and leak. Remove the wiper arms and the cowl grill to take a look at them. Other common leaking areas are the door weather seals and sunroof drains.

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Check for rust at the roof pinch weld where the glass seals.

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