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2005 Landcruiser 100 Water getting in to rear cabin somehow?

Had new rubber seal replaced around boot door as water was some how getting in and under carpet when car not being driven. Since being replaced water is still getting in. Anyone with similar problem some tips would be much appreciated. Toyota NZ haven't been much help so far. cheers

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Which carpet is wet? Front or rear? Have you had the windshield replaced? I had a similar problem after the windshield was replaced. They did not use enough sealant at the bottom of the glass and when it rained the water from the cowl area would come under the glass and get the carpet wet.

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