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My ranger leaks in water in rear seating area foot well

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Reseal the 3rd brake light unit and or the rear window.

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Water leaking into passenger seat foot well of my 2006 LR3. I've brought it to the dealer 5 times since August and they can't figure out where the water is coming from? Until this video I don't thin


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I would research the issue on the internet

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92 cadillac deville- back seat floor boards fill up with water (rain?) front floors and trunk are damp, have cleaned seals around doors, trunk, hood, etc but back seat floors still fill up almost to the...


Water leaks can be really evasive, It could be coming from the rear glass where it seals against the body or it could be coming from the seams where the quarter panels and roof panels meet. (at the lower corners of the back glass/trunk lid area.) The best way to find these things are to water-test the vehicle. You can look for water entering the trunk area if you can find someone you trust to run water over the trunk and back glass area while you are inside the trunk with a flashlight. If this does not yield any answers, it may be necessary to remove the rear seat and interrior panels and headliner to look for water running into the cabin area. If you see any water, follow it uphill to locate the point of entry. I have even seen windshield area roof leaks fill the rear floor pans of a car that was parked nose-up on a hill.

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Water is leaking onto back seat from both sides on a v reg pug 406 , the seals seem fine and i`ve just cleaned them will see what happens but any more info on this problem will be grateful


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This could also be coming from your B - Beams. When your tires displace water. it splashes them against the inside wheel well and tire guard.. Under that guard lies your car body. If this has rust in /on it that has penetrated all the way through, the water is getting thrown "into" the body panels, which is leaking through to your seats. Hope this gave you a little more information on places to look.

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I had a similar leak on a 1995 Accord. I traced the issue to the plastic liner behind the door panel. The seal was broken at the bottom and water would leak from that to the rubber weatherstrip at the bottom of the door that seals at the plastic threshold molding. You can't really see it good until the door panel is removed. The water would drip until it puddled up enough to run over the threshold molding and under the driver's seat. This caused the floorboard behind the driver's seat to be soaked after a rain. I have resealed the plastic lining but of course it hasn't rained since. I'm confident this will solve my problem and hopefully provide you a new place to look for yours.

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