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post #1 of 3 Old 10-24-2001, 01:58 PM Thread Starter
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Transmission Related (interior leak)

I took the carpet out of my jeep because the carpet was rotted out by the stick shift. Then when i looked i noticed the transmission hump panel is not fully bolted to the floor board so there is some air getting in, when i went through water, even when it rains it leaks into the car, i wanted to get ne carpet, BUT i dunno how to fix this, do i have shop do it or do i silicone it myself, PLEASE HELP, i have the carpeting and i want to put the new stuff in but i will have to wait?

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Sometimes the plate under the shift boot becomes bent when it's removed for clutch maintenance. The first thing is to make sure that it's straight enough to make a good seal. Another problem is that some of the sheet metal screws could be stripped out, so you might have to go with a bigger size. I think that silicone would be fine for sealing it back up once everything is checked out. There is a seal that is supposed to be there, maybe it's missing or just not working like it should.

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post #3 of 3 Old 10-24-2001, 05:49 PM Thread Starter
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Hey thanks, sound like i am boing to be busy tonight, i just got done removing the nerf bars for rocker panels now i am going to make my jeep SUBMERGEABLE, hell yes, thanks a bunch.

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