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Water leaking into car from behind the glove box.

I have a 2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager.During a heavy rain water pours into the car from behind the glove box. What can I look for to determine the cause? Thanks.

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Look under hood on the fire wall on the side of the leak see if you can see where it is coming in

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