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My back floor boards get flooded when it rains. How do i fix this problem? Doors are shut good and windows are rolled up.

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Water leaks are the hardest to find and fix. I usually strip the interior and then I can see where the water is coming in from....Check sun roof drains, door bottom drains, rear window areas for water.

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