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Old 10-03-2013, 10:05 AM   #1
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Floor Pan Rust

Would it be possible for a 06 mustang to have rusty floor pans? My 06 had the passenger side leak and I'm worried that I might have some rust on the floor pan.
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Would it be possible for a 06 mustang to have rusty floor pans? My 06 had the passenger side leak and I'm worried that I might have some rust on the floor pan.
usually water on the passenger side is from the draining area under the windshield. make sure water doesn't stay there that happens very often and causes this
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Yeah, it drove me crazy trying to find the leak. It turned out to be the little grommets that hold the owl panel in. But you don't think I should be worried about any rust?
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Yeah, it drove me crazy trying to find the leak. It turned out to be the little grommets that hold the owl panel in. But you don't think I should be worried about any rust?
nope, not at all the mustang has some treatment over the body that prevents rust. it's not bulletproof but in your case it's ok.
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nope, not at all the mustang has some treatment over the body that prevents rust. it's not bulletproof but in your case it's ok.
Alright thank you. I take pride in my car so I'm always worried about it
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