Water Leaking into Drivers Side Solved

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rjmarth21, Aug 24, 2015.

  1. rjmarth21

    rjmarth21 New Member

    I have a 98 Ranger and it has been leaking water into the drivers side cab. I've seen many posts and questions on this topic for both Rangers and Explorers, but have never been able to find an answer. Well my Dad and I took the fender off and believe we have solved it. The only way to really explain is by pictures. <br />
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    The first picture is behind the e brake assembly, in the very top corner of the floor pan, that's where there was a gap.
    It seems like it was a design flaw by Ford where they had a big gap between the firewall leading into the cab and they just filled it in with that foamy stuff that just absorbs water. So we're siliconing the crap out of it and hopefully that stops the leak.

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  3. Fordman1941

    Fordman1941 New Member

    Thanks. I been noticing water in my floorboards during rain and now you have solved my problem.
     
  4. Dchad53

    Dchad53 Member

    Not for nuthin. Check under your driver side door. There is a drain to let the water out of the door
    when it rains. It's like a plastic valve or something. I could hear water in my door after one of our
    hurricanes. I reached under the door and felt the plug or whatever it is water started pouring out.
    It was dripping into the drivers side. Now it drains like it should.
     

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