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2002 Camry water on drivers side floor whenever it

2002 Camry water on drivers side front floor whenever it rains. Gets sopping wet. Second of 11 toyotas that has had this problem .

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    wet floorboard on drivers dise after rain or car wash

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There are three possibilities, the winshield seal is leaking, the door seal is defective or the door window seal is leaking, sometimes you can find out by having an assistant inside the car observe the areas mentioned while you spray the car with the pressure washer at the car wash.

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