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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-26-2002, 07:54 AM Thread Starter
 
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Mysterious leak on my \'95 YJ.

Hi Guys,
I have a mysterious leak somewhere on the firewall of my '95 YJ. Its somewhere up by the air intake below the windshield, anybody had this problem? I can't seem to be able to find it/stop it. I've had the air intke out and re-siliconed all the edges but I'm still getting water on the floor after a rain. If you look at it, every now and then, you can see a drop run down the inside of the firewall right above the gas pedal, but I can't trace it. Any suggestions would be great. Thanks,
Cory
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Re: Mysterious leak on my \'95 YJ.

This subject has been discussed at length here over the years, the Jeep windshield area leak has always been there, and seems always will. Lucky for me mine leaks on the passenger side, has done it for 17 years and I still haven't managed to stop it!
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Re: Mysterious leak on my \'95 YJ.

Mine also leaks. I put one of those scoop/covers over my air intake vent on the cowl and it's helped a bit. Just gonna have to live with it. It's a Jeep!!
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Re: Mysterious leak on my \'95 YJ.

This may be different, but i folded down my windshield on my 87 YJ, and put a s**t load of silicone on both sides of the seal that goes between the windshield and the body, and that actually did it for me!!
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