yikes....... Swamp in my car HELP
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Mon Dec 16 14:47:30 EST 2002
Silicone should work fine, although a new grommet
would be a more elegant solution, it would mean
disconnecting it at the lever and threading the cable
end through. Do you own a dehumidifier? That'll
solve the moisture problem. Failing that, they sell
desicant bags/boxes at home centers for people with
wet basements. That should also do the trick,
although you may need several.
--- Nate Beck <Nate.Beck at netiq.com> wrote:
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> I parked my car in the driveway on Thursday last
> week, and did not drive it
> all weekend, It poured rain all weekend. I got in
> it this morning and the
> carpet on the drivers side front and back is really
> wet, like squishy wet.
> I pulled some towels out of my garage and got out as
> much as I could, while
> my car warmed up a little bit. I was able to trace
> the leak down to the
> hole for the hood release, the rubber gasket is
> ripped. I was going to use
> some silicone sealant to fix the whole. Does anyone
> have any other ideas?
> Also do you know what I can do to dry the car out
> faster? I don't want to
> get mold or anything growing in there.
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