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I am sure this is an gem of a problem. A post leak footwell sodden! Been repaired several times by Jeep warranty with new seals around doors and front top windscreen. Doing my head in and making my feet wet.

Has any jeep owners out there found a Jeep dealer whom can resolve this...

Appreciate the car designed for sunnier climates but whew this much water in the footwell can’t be right.

 

I live in Gloucestershire any advice would be greatly appreciated. Car still under warranty.

 

Keep Jeeping!

 

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I am sure this is an gem of a problem. A post leak footwell sodden! Been repaired several times by Jeep warranty with new seals around doors and front top windscreen. Doing my head in and making my feet wet.

Has any jeep owners out there found a Jeep dealer whom can resolve this...

Appreciate the car designed for sunnier climates but whew this much water in the footwell can’t be right.

 

I live in Gloucestershire any advice would be greatly appreciated. Car still under warranty.

 

Keep Jeeping!

 

Greg,

 

Like you I have a Black Edition II which did leak.

 

Thankfully the leak has been fixed, and was fixed at my local dealer, Motor Vogue Bedford.

 

The leak on JKs seems a common problem Jeep are aware of as they have redesigned some of the door seals to better channel water.  The seals are on the front face of the the front doors.  Since mine has been fixed there has been no ingress of water at all..

 

What I have found is you need to find a dealer who understand this vehicle; thankfully Motorvogue is such a dealer, they have one technician who knows his way round a JK.

 

I'd suggest you go back to your local dealers and confirm whether they have replaced the re-designed seals on the front edge of the front doors.

 

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The leak on JKs seems a common problem Jeep are aware of as they have redesigned some of the door seals to better channel water.  The seals are on the front face of the the front doors.  Since mine has been fixed there has been no ingress of water at all..

 

What I have found is you need to find a dealer who understand this vehicle; thankfully Motorvogue is such a dealer, they have one technician who knows his way round a JK.

 

 

+ 1 on that statement.

Although after lasts nights downpour, whilst no water ingress, the fekking alarm went of. Seems to do that every so often when it rains??

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+ 1 on that statement.

Although after lasts nights downpour, whilst no water ingress, the fekking alarm went of. Seems to do that every so often when it rains??

 

I've given up with my alarm going off once I'd set it...

 

I now set and do the four clicks to to disable to the inside sensors

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I've given up with my alarm going off once I'd set it...

 

I now set and do the four clicks to to disable to the inside sensors

Me too when it rains. Also one can full lock on fob and unlock on drivers door with fob then re lock with key. That was the only way I could disable the alarm on my 1st 07 JK, right from go and for 4 years. And that one was without rain.

 

Hey-ho eh Fen

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