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2007 Camry Water Leak

I know It correlates to rain. I have no sunroof and is not when I use AC. I've investigated the weatherstripping along the doors and they appear to be in good shape/the interior plastic around door is not moist/wet. Water can get to the point of where its standing at least a couple inches and mold is beginning to grow. It is happening in both passenger floor boards front and back. Its especially severe in the back passenger floorboard. Where to should I look to verify where the water is coming from?

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How is the coolant level ?

It sounds like a severe heater core leak,that why I ask if your coolant level is always low?

You have rubber plugs under the cars body that could allow water to enter but if you have standing water that cant be it.

Does it only happen when it rains ?

Does the trunk area get wet ?

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