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I have water coming in on the driver's side

I think the water is coming in though the back door and when water gets high enough or with hard braking runs under driver's seat to front floor.Dealership removed left side lower rocker mouldings and replaced 4 clips Jan 2008.Problem started after this was done.

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Go back to the dealer with your compliant.

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