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Water coming in back floor seeping through to front, sides are dry its only the floor. Checked boot thats dry, seals are ok underneath ok - any ideas thanks

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WHEN IT RAINS, WATER SEEPS THRU THE TRUNK AND NOW IS STANDING IN THE BOTTOM FLOOR OF THE WHOLE CAR.

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