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its more likely to be the drain hole for the shuttle, were the heater gets it air feed from there will be a drain for the water to get out, can get blocked with leaves etc, you may need to get your hand down there and pull out the rubbish and poke your finger in the hole to push the debris out.
If you have a wet seat then it is likely defective weather stripping around the window.
Try this. If the floor is dry, then it rains and the floor remains dry, only gets wet after a drive in the rain or on wet streets, you may have a hole somewhere.
Check for holes from missing rubber grommets or holes in the floorboard or firewall from rust. Check for any rust holes or missing rubber grommets under the car or on the firewall, anywhere water can splash up into the vehicle from driving in rain or running through puddles..
Check wet spots along the carpeting all the way up under the dash, if the wet spot is higher than the floor itself, you could be getting the water from splashing through puddles.
Any holes under the car or in the fenderwell even up on the firewall can cause this problem.
First check for any obvious signs of rust, if none are found then look for missing or defective rubber grommets.
check the weather stripping on your door and the seal on the windshield also make sure the windows are 100% all the way up. Good way to find out where it's coming from is goto an automatic car wash and while it's washing your car watch for water to drip.. if your not sure if you will see it if it comes through the windshield you can always hold up some construction paper (obviouisly you can cover more ground with that than notebook paper) and see where it gets wet :-) if you dont find it there i'd check the floor boards and see if/where the carpet starts to get wet first under the dashboard
Is it possible the water is actually coming from the A/C evaporator case, whose DRAIN IS CLOGGED ? The water produced by the A/C then leaks out of the case, down under the carpeting, then depending how vehicle is parked, can flow to the rear floors and carpet. Hope this helps