Report: Dampness Inside the Vehicle Due to a Water Leak
Dodge Journey Problem
Average Mileage: 44,000 mi (24,000 mi - 78,000 mi)
Dampness inside the vehicle may be the result of a water leak, most commonly caused by improperly sealed body seams. Once the source of the leak has been determined the affected area should be properly sealed.
Visitor, 2010 Dodge Journey
Its not fixed. Every time it rains, my feet get wet when I get in. Now Dodge says they don't have to pay for it. I've driven Dodges since 1995, and I'm considering a damn Nissan because of this.
Water inside the coolers behid the front seats. Problem have not been corrected. Just discovered the issue.
What is the solution? How much would it cost to repair? What are the consequences of not fixing it?
Visitor, 2009 Dodge Journey
My name is Emery Cook - having the same problem - but they do not want to take the responsibly! This Dodge Journey has been a nightmare!
Visitor, 2009 Dodge Journey, 42,000 mi
Noticed it before, but thought it was melted snow. Had heavy rain in the past couple of days, I found the rear floor compartment behind the driver's seat full of water. Waiting for tomorrow to call dealer.. I'm happy with this Journey, I'll think twice about buying another Dodge.
I have had a water leak problem inside my vehicle when it rains since i bought it new. It's been in the shop 4x and again as of now in again. It leaks from the back headliner and through the side paneling water comes pouring in. Ive requested a replacement vehicle and chrysler is telling me that it doesn't qualify?!?!? I'm beyond pissed at this point and trying to work with the dealership to get a new vehicle. I hate dodges and new better...but the price was right.
Visitor, 2009 Dodge Journey, 40,000 mi
Floor on driver side is always wet. I thought I had fixed the leak by sealing a plug in the floor board, but its wet again.... The floor box behind driver seat is always full of water. Dodge said oh well your over your 30,000 mi warranty sorry!