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I think it's probably your window seal. this a story you may not want here but on one car that had I had similar problem and turned out the car had some body work done and the metal around the window rusted out and they had to replace the rusted out metal before they could replace the window seal. So don't let it go unattended and get the seal checked.
Posted on Oct 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: there is a water leak
Check the A/C condensate drain tube, which is under the glove box, towards the center console, going thru the firewall. If it is plugged, the water in the A/C box will have no place to go & leak onto the floor. This is a common issue, and running the A/C on the "fresh" mode compounds this problem. When the A/C is on, the water removed from the interior is supposed to drain out thru the firewall onto the street.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
SOURCE: My 1999 Toyota Avalon has
There are 2 'weep' holes where tubes come out of the firewall and sometimes they get plugged. Get some compressed air and blow them out.
Also, inside the vehicle, there is a plastic pan that catches all water that might come down from the evaporator or leak from the outside into the interior of the car when the seal is not good between the firewall and the plastic pan that spans from the left to the right of the car under the dash board.
Get some expanding foam in a can and spray it up against the juncture between the firewall and the plastic water pan. This should seal out the problem if done properly.
Over time, the original foam seal goes bad and can actually flake away.
You mentioned the sunroof. Make sure that all the gaskets and that the sunroof does not leak onto the floor. This can be another source of wetness for your vehicle.
Try testing it by spraying water down from a hose to the top of the vehicle, or dumping a bucket of water all at once on the top of the roof. If it leaks, try using silicon sealant to seal any gaps that may exist in the sunroof.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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