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Hi - under the driver seat there is a puddle of water...I thought I might have left the window open over night but it has formed again today? I don't see where it is coming from or how to fix it??? Thanks,

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Check under the car. Sometimes there are rubber plugs that are under the car that can open up and expose the carpet to the outside of the car.

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