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Need to remove carpet from passenger side front on 2002 camry se - floor fills up when it rains and car is parked

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  • thomas_w_oro Oct 01, 2010

    I just removed the rocker panel cover from the door sill to attempt to pick up carpet and see that I have to unbolt the front passener seat to get the carpet out from under it so I can dry out the carpeting and to be able to see the bare floor, firewall panel and side panel behind the plastic kick panel on this side. If I hose water down the front windshield and allong the vents under the wipers and into the engine hood hinge pocket will this possibly show where the water may be coming in??
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Check the drainage in the side panels coming from underneath the windscreen for blockage by leaves or anything and than remove carpet to dry the floor.

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