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The backseat floorboard on the passenger side stays wet

I have tried to vaccum the water up and it comes back in a puddle. the door seal is tight and the window is up. what do i do

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    have the windshield resealed.

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I had the same problem we found that the rubber gasket by the fresh air filter below the front windshield had come loose replaced the rubber gasket no more trouble we had trouble with the front seat floor being wet also passenger side only

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