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Rain on the side windows finds its way between the glass and the bottom window seal and drips into the door interior. Along the bottom of the door there are a series of drainage holes to allow such water out. Lie on your back or use a mirror to check that these drainage holes are clear. Use a stick or piece of wire to poke through any crud build up. A sudden egress of water will let you know that you have succeeded in unblocking the holes.

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Sounds like the door drain holes are blocked look under the door u will see holes that are blocked use a air Line or a pick to clean out the holes the water will drain out

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