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Rubber broken around window. Wind and rain coming into car.

The rubber gasket around my driver side window is broken. Window is not electric. Piece of rubber is missing. Wind and rain comes into car.

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    water leaking into car when raining. Could it be through the windscreen rubbers

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Hi you will need to get a complete new rubber you should be able to get it from your local toyota dealer

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