Chevrolet Beretta



August, 26, 2007 AT 10:24 AM

89 6 cyl 2.8 auto trans I have a leak some where I cant seem to find do you know if these cars are prone to leaking from the windows doors firewall it gets wet every time it rains it is not the heater core I bought it from my neighbor it set up 2yrs because he gave up on it it was full of mold and every floor board was flooded I think it is the windows probably the rear side windows anyway is there a certain way to take off the trim do I pop it off or slide it or what have no idea I dont want to break the trim it looks kinda nice now dont want to mess it up and I wanted to see if there is a known problem with this car short of drilling a hole in the floor I got to fix this before winter or im going to be chunking out ice like when I bought this thing oh and if I get that fixed do you know of something that will get that smell out /mold/ its not bad now cant smell it now untill it rains and gets wet again I keep spraying lysol in it that stinks enough I have to let it air out before I can get in it.


2 Answers



August, 27, 2007 AT 8:27 AM

Get the vehicle dried out. Then use a water hose on the windshield and check for water inside the car. Then go to side and do the same thing until you've gone completely around the vehicle. Doing this will determine which widow or door is leaking. As for the smell, if it doesn't go away, pull the floor mat/carpet. Dry it out, clean it or replace it.



August, 29, 2007 AT 9:52 AM

I have been inside while its raining hard didnt see any leaking but could hear a drip but couldnt find it thanks for the tips

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