I have vacuumed the water up several times and it is never ending. It doesn't have to rain. I can vacuum the water out drive around for hours, floor will be dry when I park the vehicle but go back out couple hrs later to leave and floor is soaked again with standing water?
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If you have a sunroof the hose that allows the gland around the glass window to drain has plugged. Also reported is the rubber hose connection to the drain in the roof gland has also relaxed allowing the water to leak from the connection. This is an easy repair and several videos are available to DIY. If the car sits outside near trees, or has been baking in the sun are the most likely cause .
The sloshing water could be water in your doors. Old Range Rovers used to trap water when the drains became plugged - it could be that the water is building up there and coming out of the door speaker grilles. Is the car fitted with a sunroof? Pinched or restricted sunroof drains can also lead to this kind of problem.
May have to check out if the vacuum motors have the vacuum tubes attached but this may take a lot of work to disassemble the heating ventilation air conditioning out of the dash and underneath the dashboard. If rain enters the compartment under the dashboard, the pan that is designed to catch water may be disturbed or cracked somehow. Try to check fuses for a/c and the heating, the cruise control, and windshield wipers to see if there is an obvious electrical issue there. The vacuum leak is not related to the windshield wiper motor not working.
Do you notice this after it rains>> This seems to be a common problem with Vehicles.
a seal on the passenger side Hood Hinge area. If this seal is cracked
or broken or missing you will get water in the car every time it rains.
The water runs down the windshield in to the Hing area under the Hood.
may need to take the hood off to get to the seal. First pour water over
the area, if it comes in the car there is your problem.
You can seal it with any water proof silicone sealer .