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Where could water be getting into the trunk of a Buick Park Avenue if the power antenna and tail lights are sealed and the trunk lid seal seems ok?

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2005-10-26 16:53:03
2005-10-26 16:53:03

I had the same problem! It turns out there isn't really a "leak" as you think of it. The taillight housing was designed very poorly. There are 4 places where water sits on top of the gaskets on the left and right side. i replaced my gaskets thinking that would solve the problem. BUT, the new ones were saturated and leaking through just like the old ones! what i did, was drill holes in the bottom of each of these areas, and put a tube through from top to bottom. the water now has a place to drain out, it will not sit on top and eventually come through the gasket!

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