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Water leak rear floor driver's side as well as floor back of passenger. Drain lines from sun roof are clear. No rear end accidents. Any ideas? So far dealer cannot find a problem. 2007 Camry Hybrid

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I'm having the same problem with the leak in the drivers side in the rear floor..I know it's not from the sunroof, it is when i use my ac..so does anyone know where it is coming from??

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

Roof drains may seem clear,but are the drain hoses,actually on the roof window frame.
Remove the head liner to be sure

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