Scratch that, I was reading passenger, you wrote driver foot well.
Max Dillon
Charleston SC
'87 300TD
'95 E300

On August 5, 2017 9:12:34 AM EDT, Max Dillon <> wrote:
>Right fender liner, stud for holding liner on the outside face of the
>foot well.  Pull the liner and check this area for rust.  That is where
>my '87 wagon rusted through and allows water to get in.
>I had that patched and it held for about a year, but now it is leaking
>The cowl drain discharges right onto this stud, which eventually (rust
>never sleeps) will hole the body.
>Max Dillon
>Charleston SC
>'87 300TD
>'95 E300
>On August 5, 2017 5:38:08 AM EDT, Dan Penoff via Mercedes
><> wrote:
>>Eldest son tells me that his driver’s footwell is still filling up
>>water after torrential rains.  We recently replaced the driver’s door
>>seal which was worn and a replacement included with the car when I
>>bought it.
>>I wanted to run by possible sources to check to make sure I’m not
>>missing anything:
>>Sunroof drain
>>Condensate line from AC
>>Can I be getting water in from the cowl or windshield?  Anyplace else
>>need to look for possible intrusion points?  Even if the sunroof seals
>>well, can water still get in?
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