So this morning, while making my morning rounds at the job site, I noticed the sound of water sloshing about, and I knew from before that it was happening on the passenger side. Originally, I thought it was the sound of my washer fluid making a noise or something, but thinking about it again, there's no way the fluid is where the passenger side door was.
So I did a quick search around here, founding about the drain holes on the doors, and then had a eureka moment, and thought that it likely the issue. I opened the door up, and saw that it had water in the area of the drain holes, plus some silt/mud. I figured at this point it was plugged up, but I needed some tool or something I could shove in there to unplug it.
I searched through our field office, and ended up finding a very sophisticated tool that will for now reside in my center console in the event this happens again. And it is called...a zip tie.
Needless to say, Badger had to take a massive piss as water was just flowing out like a drunken college student in the middle of a McDonald's parking lot.
2014 Cherokee Trailhawk V6: Deep Cherry Red w/ hood decal
Cold Weather Package | Tow Group | Convenience Package | Leather-trimmed Bucket Seats | Panoramic Sunroof | CD Player | 8.4Nav | 9-Speaker Sound | Tonneau Cover | Off-Road Accessory Kit