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  • Rain = puddles of water on floor panels (driver/passenger/backseat).. Need drainage..

    Hello, for the last 2 days, it has been raining nasty down here in GA.. and I am scared these puddles that I find the next morning could cause bad stuff..

    I just checked outside and my current puddle isabout 1 inch deep driverside/passengerside/backseatside.. Can I just drill a small 1/8 drainage hole somewhere... what do you'll do?

    thanks!

  • #2
    there are drain holes under your carpet on both front sides.as for the rear, you can drill some holes just check to make sure your not gonna hit anything before you do.

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    • #3
      Out of curiosity, why are there puddles on your floor? Do you not have your top on? If you're concerned about the puddles why not prevent them from forming in the first place?

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      • #4
        Ahh, ok .. I found 2 rubber 'plugs' that need to be removed from the front (one on driverside and one on passenger side).. but I don'tsee a 2 plugs for the people sitting in the back .

        Ideas?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MileHighTJ
          Out of curiosity, why are there puddles on your floor? Do you not have your top on? If you're concerned about the puddles why not prevent them from forming in the first place?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by MileHighTJ
            Out of curiosity, why are there puddles on your floor? Do you not have your top on? If you're concerned about the puddles why not prevent them from forming in the first place?

            Or we can get rid of them another way Jeep has intended.. the Drain Holes.. Don't be a troll...

            I just need to find out if there are drainholes for the backseat floorboard area.

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            • #7
              As for the rear, you can drill some holes just check to make sure your not gonna hit anything before you do.
              However, you could just find a hill and let gravity do it's thing.

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              • #8
                Trend, Check out this thread. The wet floor problem is discussed with possible solutions too.

                http://www.4wd.com/kyoung_4wdforums/...ight=wet+floor

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by trend
                  Or we can get rid of them another way Jeep has intended.. the Drain Holes.. Don't be a troll...

                  I just need to find out if there are drainholes for the backseat floorboard area.
                  Gah, I wasn't trying to be a troll. I was really curious as to how the puddles were forming. Did you have your top off, or do you have a leak?

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                  • #10
                    TJs do have drain holes in the rear.
                    Just not easy to find... you don't need to drill holes.

                    Is your top leaking or is it off? Just curious if these are deep persistent puddles, or minor occasional ones.

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                    • #11
                      Oh, I have my safari top on. This is the reason for the puddles :/

                      Any help on where the rear plugs are on the TJ?

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