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Old 02-13-2018, 07:07 AM
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I need some help! My passenger floor is wet, right where the seat sits. The front of the well is dry. The carpet behind the seat on the rear bulkhead is dry. The roof drains are clear and draining. The seat is dry.

I have tried pouring water from a watering can over the roof and it didn't seem to get any wetter...

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Old 02-13-2018, 07:09 AM
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Found this for starters....link!
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Had this same problem only on passenger side. Mine is from the weather strip seals on the passenger door. It won't immediately leak but takes time to fill up the track. Probably just need a new weather stripping over the window. Mine's been garaged for winter, just got to get it done lol. You can check to see that the fitment with the window is secure. Hope this helps
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Your passenger wet themselves?

Sounds like a winda leak
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Your passenger wet themselves?

Sounds like a winda leak
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What's a winda leak?
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Winda!? lol - I did try with the watering can to no avail - will recheck the roof seal and check the door seals. Will also check the AC hose in the passenger foot well.
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Have you had the window regulator / door panel off ? A leak at the seal between the door and the plastic sheet ( all that white gungy stuff) might explain this
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