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Leaking on passenger floor

(1999 Saturn SC2)
in Cardiff By The Sea, CA on March 16, 2011
The passenger floor of the car gets soaked when it rains. A mechanic has said that the dash needs to be removed to find the exact location and to repair the leak. He has quoted me 'around' $900. That seems very high to me. Any help would be appreciated.
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on March 16, 2011
There is a technical service bulletin out from Saturn about finding and repairing water leak(s). Based on the location - it could be repaired without removing the dash.
If you post an e-mail I can send you the TSB. It might help to positively identify the location and also with the repair.

Zee
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on March 17, 2011
ZeeTech,
Thanks so much. You can email me the TSB at Bogie999@Mac.com

Peter
on March 17, 2011
Check your e-mail.

Zee
on March 16, 2011
If leak is water then may be leaking at w/s and can be difficult to find unless can see it come in, if is behind dash then could be firewall seals, etc., could be the door seal, see if can have someone look from the inside and run water hose all over on the outside and see if can see. May be a difficult diagnosis.
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