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Water leak sometimes find water on floor drivers side water clean not coming from coolant system even appears on dry days on average about a cup full has air condition looked in behind dash cant see any damp spots or drips

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  • jennypah Jan 01, 2009

    I just found water pooling on the driver's side floor as well. No water anywhere else in car. Did find that the plastic at the base of the windshield and rubber around is not sitting right, it's puckered up as if the plastic/rubber contracted. The plastic at the base of the windshield (outside) seems loose.

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    Water leaking on drivers side

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Maybe theres a pin hole from rust in your fire wall. On my 1993 gran prix it had a pin hole and right by the pin hole in the fir wall there was a little lip in the metal and it would hold water for sometime.

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