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Just started getting water on passenger side floor when it rains.

Getting water on passenger side floor seems to be mostly when it rains. It is not antifreeze.

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Have u had your windshild replaced?if so they did a poor job resealing it. and if not then seal has goten old also check the seals around the doors ok hope this helps

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