Question about 1999 Toyota Camry
The bottom of the floor on the front and back passenger side will have standing water after a rain storm. I have looked at every possible water entry point around the doors, windows and front window. I put sealant if I suspected a crack. I almost think based of the volume of water that the water maybe coming through the ventilation vents under the seat and under the dash. Is this possible? How do I fix?
If you remove the grill under the wiper arms there is 4 drains one beside the one that looks like a funnel remove it and gargage it. there are also drains at each end that get plugged with pine needles and debris. now does anyone know why the passenger floor would be dry BUT the floor under the passenger seat is very wet on a SLK 230 kompressor
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
Take the car through a car wash and look for points of water entry during the wash
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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