Sorry goat herd really, off topic. But I guess that's what the lounge is for. Looking for a bit of input from the collective knowledge found on our forum. I have a 2000 Suburban with only 162,000 miles. Great car. About a month ago after cleaning up from a trip found water in the 3rd seat. Daughter number 1 spilled a bottle of water, no big deal. It never dried up. Investigating further and its clearly not a bottle of water. Its wet from the tailgate to the front seat, moreso in the footwells. I've got a leak. Otherwise the car is in perfect shape, except we had a blow out of the passenger rear tire Oct 2005. The water is all on this side. The wheel well looks fine except the metal at the lowest edge of the well is bent out. This part doesn't appear to be connected to anything anyways. There is no rust. I've looked under the car and it looks brand new. Could a tire blow out really have split a seam in the wheel well so that its letting in water? Are there other explanations? Obviously not looking for accurate diagnosis, just stuff to look for. Also, I'm inclined to just get rid of the thing. Its been nearly flawless, but if its leaking, its trouble. Wife wants to wait 2 years for a new one. Not that anything on this forum will change her mind, but if the body shop pulls the interior and can't find anything, maybe then she'll agree with me that its time for a new one. Thanks in advance for your thoughts on this.
2004 QuickSilver GTO