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2001 Plymouth Neon water problem on back seat floor

There is a pool of water on my back seat floor every time it rains. Exact same problem. My trunk also always seems a little more damp than I'd expect. Possibly related?

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Hi it sounds like your rear window is leaking. it must be removed then re sealed to stop the leak

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