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      03-23-2017, 05:31 PM   #1
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Water sloshing in Passenger side

So today, as i was driving to class I put my music on and heard what sounded like water sloshing around in the passenger side subwoofer under the seat. How does one go about this fix? And if there is water there, could I just use a hair drier to fix it? Thanks.
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4 t50 bolts hold the seat down.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/attach...3&d=1329017429

See under seat section in the above document.

If you didn't spill something in that area I would be looking for the leak.
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4 t50 bolts hold the seat down.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/attach...3&d=1329017429

See under seat section in the above document.

If you didn't spill something in that area I would be looking for the leak.
Could I hold a hairdryer to that area possibly? I'm unable to fix this until sometime this weekend. Don't want to condition to worsen.
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I don't think so beside it being a bad idea everything is buried pretty
deep. And you said you could here it sloshing which means to much water . By the way do not unplug the under seat connector and you may have to charge your battery if you do not disconnect it.
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I don't think so beside it being a bad idea everything is buried pretty
deep. And you said you could here it sloshing which means to much water . By the way do not unplug the under seat connector and you may have to charge your battery if you do not disconnect it.
I took the hair drier to it for about 10 mins, sounds better, but still have some water there. Going to get at it sometime tomorrow hopefully. Thanks bro!
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