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ANOTHER UPDATE... SADLY...
Put in my Jeep once again due to the same leak I've had on passenger side. They've had it for 4 days and I pick up today and guess what... THEY CAN"T FIND THE LEAK..... They've tried everything and they can't get it to leak. I have no clue that to do.. I feel at a loss... It's less water than before and what is weird is... I barely have any passengers and there would be water on top and under the mat... how the hell does that water get on the mat? I want to give up on the Jeep but it's not even paid off yet.... UGH... lol I hope everyone else is having more help than I am....
Hi,
Sorry to hear that..
The water is getting on the mat from under it. Check below.
Take a look at this post: https://jeepnewcompass.forumfree.it/m/?t=77129565&st=75#entry637520717
It's in Italian, but I linked a post with photos only. Maybe you can show your dealer those pictures.

I had the same fix made to my car, and now even when it's pouring, I have no leaks inside the passenger side.

Basically my problems were:
  • bad weld under the main chassis
  • a/c hose misplaced or clogged
  • missing seal under wheel well.

Good luck and keep us posted.
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Hello!

I had water built up in my floorboards after a big rain.

Before you go to a professional leak specialist, I recommend checking the following simple fix:

Windshield drain holes are blocked (see diagram below). If these 2 little holes are blocked, water will leak into the floorboard. More here:


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Hello!

I had water built up in my floorboards after a big rain.

Before you go to a professional leak specialist, I recommend checking the following simple fix:

Windshield drain holes are blocked (see diagram below). If these 2 little holes are blocked, water will leak into the floorboard. More here:


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Do a search on here. There is another issue with a spot weld seam not being sealed during assembly. This issue is more prone to be on the passenger side but could be both sides.
 

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