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Water leaks onto the rear passanger side floor after every rain. what is the fix?

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There may be a few things causing this, first make sure there no open holes in floor, then check trunk seal and make sure its not coming from trunk, next would be the back window,take a water hose and spray diffrent areas and check for leaks inside,could be also rubber around the back door or rust holes in wheel wells of rear wheels,

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