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Old 04-19-2004, 02:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok ....so Im cleaning my car today and decided to lift up the carpet in the back seats and Its real moist under there, the foam rubber is soaked thru but theres no puddles yet. It has been raining here but not in the past couple of days. If I roll my front passenger window without putting pressure on it from the outside it comes out of track and closes with a slight hole btwn the the window and the molding but theres no signs that its coming from there. Does anybody know where I should look to find the cause of the moisture. It is present on both the drivers and passenger side....Lemme know before it gets hot and that shit starts to stink like mold......peee ewe...
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I would check the condition of the underbody. You might have a leak under there that would allow water to splash up while you are driving. Also, check the trunk seal. I don't know.
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