Hello all,, not sure were to post this so I'll start here. Every time is rains, I get a puddle of water on the front floor pans of my 69 Coupe.I have pulled out all the carpet(after sitting for years with water coming in, it was toast) I think there's a hole on the firewall up by were the Cowl is. Havent confirmed yet. Got under there yesterday to look, but couldn't see anything. I need to remove the firewall insulation and replace with new, but the heater core box and stuff is all in the way. So the questions are:
1. How difficult is it to take out the heater core and duct work so I can view for leaks?
2. Any other common areas I should be on the lookout for that would cause water to get into and settle on the floor pans.
3. I took out the carpet and seats to wire brush and seal the tiny hole that is in the floor pan. Considering using a product that I seen called "KBS Coatings." Any one used it before?
4. Any preferences on were to get new carpet and sound deadener as well as replacement firewall insulation?
Have a 69 Impala Coupe 2Dr with A/C
As alwasys guys, thanks for your help.