wiper cowl seals, is my best guess. and check your A/C drain for the water problem
That sparks a thought...the plastic drain tube from the cowl isn't exactly what you would call sealed to the tub. That would mean a bunch of water could run down the engine compartment side of the firewall. I'll need to check what's below that area and see if it can get in that way. When it stops raining......Filthy-Beast said:Look on the firewall. PO had pushed out the boot around the wire harness and for some reason during a down pour it would get in there. There was also a hole on the passenger side for a radio power cable that would let water in.
Rubizuk said:SweetPee, I understand what you have explained, and that sounds very plausible to me. It's 6 years old and, as one can tell from the wiper grommets/seals, the rubber ain't what it used to be. The garden hose will be directed in the area you speak of and we'll see what happens. As you say, the hardtop may temorarily have 'fixed' the problem. If that's the case it'll wait until next spring. Thanks very much for your input
All I can say is that I have been hit with the urge, but have mutlitasked to fight this urge and driven through it only to stop at a less risky spot on the trail to finally relieve this urge. If the water or now agreed on pee issue in the floor board of the Jeep is not dealt with in a manner suitable for the driver and those around him...i.e. peeing on the ground, then the wet floor issue will continue. It could be a more serious, deeper issue we are dealing with as far as the OP is concerned.....maybe it is just that the OP doesn't want the possibility of being "seen." This could be very deep rooted.katswuy said:Red Dog Leader, not sure how
ron993 said:Sounds like what you need is the gotta go personal care device
Make sure you look at the pictures
kind of sad I knew about this