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NHTSA — Structure Problems


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2002 Oldsmobile Aurora body / paint problems

body / paint problem

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2002 Oldsmobile Aurora Owner Comments

problem #1

Jan 272009


  • miles


I have a 2002 olds Aurora that today has water standing in the back passenger floorboard for the tenth or twelfth time. This has happened so much that I have lost track of how many times I have had to take my car to the dealer to have it fixed. When it rains water leaks in from the front passenger widow seal on the right side of the window about halfway down and then runs down to the molding at door opening at the floorboard. From there it then runs diagonally back toward the back passenger floorboard along the molding and pools up. Like this morning, there has been many times that two inches of water is present. I am concerned about mildew or additional problems that may be present or may show up as a result of this continual problem. The dealer doesn't seem to have a clue on how to fix this, originally they kept replacing the door seal on the back door. Now for some time they have replaced the seal on the front door or front window. But the leak continues. I understand that there is a tsb on this issue. The dealer tells me today that there have been several issues like mine in other Aurora models. I don't understand why they do not know how to correct the problem.

- Carthage, TN, USA

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