Question about 2004 Toyota Corolla
After a heavy rain, found passenger side floor mats front and back flooded, large puddles of water. Can't find where water coming from. Drove in light rain, couldn't see or feel water entering car.
Man, sorry to hear that , but if you cannot replicate the rain, theres one kind bad possibility and that would be your heater core leaks, check your cooland level, top it off and dry the carpet with a wet n dry vacuum, poor a little baking soda afterward it helps to siak up the moisture, if you have a heath gun used, ran the heater full blast, and if is the corporate your firewall part of the passengers side thats your problem, hopefully is your door seal/weatherstripping, along the door good luck..
Posted on Dec 18, 2016
I would say you have either a bad seal on the windshield or the seal on the passenger door opening.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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