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To replace weather seals and rear window.

Water leaks thru both side doors and my rear window in my 2000 Chevrolet (convertible) Camaro is falling inward my car so when it rains I have a waiting pool in my car. So not cool!!!!! HELP ME.

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  • Anonymous Apr 20, 2009

    I have a 2000 camaro not sure where water is coming from but end up in back floor behind passenger and under back seat if you find a solution polease let me know thanks Dan @

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I'm working on the rear window problem with my car -- the convertible top shop told me about options to replace the window (including the fabric, etc around it) or replacing the entire top (the window unit + outside fabric). I'm now looking into temporary fixes...

Meanwhile -- about the water under the seat -- my drain holes were plugged -- they unplugged them for me -- the water going through the window was carrying debris down and plugged them up -- so check that out so at least water won't sit there. YUCK! I'm tired of bailing.

I would like to hear if you found a solution.

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