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I was going to get dinner Sunday night and noticed a dark area beneath the rear of the seats on both sides. I reached down there and the carpet was SOAKING wet. I smelled it and it didn't have any particular order like antifreeze would. I think it's water. The odd part is, there is zero evidence of water leakage of any kind on the seats, rockers, door sills floor mats or anywhere else. Just under both seats and towards the rear, i.e. no water in front of the front seat mounting bolts. I looked at all the seals and they looked alright and left the windows cracked the next day in the sun and it didn't dry out at all. Today I got in and there was a new wet spot in the middle of the driver's side floor mat. Smelled the same and was absolutely drenched in a very localized spot about 6 inches across and in an irregular shape. I checked the door seals, looked underneath at those sealed spots in the floor and they looked alright to me. I have never had a car be this wet and have no evidence near the bottom of the doors of leaks. It's so humid in there the windows are foggy if I park it anywhere at night. Rain or shine. Any ideas? Between the abs light always being on, the hole in the dash where the tape deck used to be, the 41 code constantly on and the washer pump refusing to work I'm about ready to throw in the towel on this car (towels having already been thrown in to try to soak up the water). Tom
My name is JeanieH and I own a 2004 Buick Park Avenue - bought used in 2007. The leak in the trunk has caused a tidal wave of white mold, going into the wheel well and eating the spare tire as well as ruining the liner. Can anyone tell me where to get weatherstripping for this model for the bottom of the opening? I've been to a Buick dealer, my mechanic and online shopping. No one can tell me anything. So here I am. Could it be they don't make it anymore? Also, want to find a place to get a new liner, since I want to maintain my car for as long as possible.