Question about 2007 Toyota Corolla
There are two possibility water can get onto the carpet.
Does your Corolla equip with air condition?
The evaporator is an important part of the air condition system.
On the lowest portion of the evaporator there is a drainage collector.
(center of the console)
When the drainage collector backup.
The carpet will collect water drips.
There are holes on the floor board of you Corolla.
These holes are used during "robotic construction" of your vehicle.
The vehicle is line up and move via these holes on the assembly line.
The last part of the construction is to place a rubber filler caps/plugs onto these holes.
One or more rubber filler caps can be missing.
You can see a sample on under the spare tire compartment.
Please take your time to inspect the bottom of the vehicle to locate the missing rubber filler plug(s).
Please email me if you has any question.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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