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Every time it gets even slightly rainy or wet- like melting snow, the interior gets soaked. It is worse in the winter time because it turns to ice inside the car, but it smells horrible during the summertime and has about 1/8 to 1/4 inch of water inside the car. I am thinking about cutting out the carpet, a possible black mold issue maybe? The interior get soaked from the firewall to trunk bumper to bumper and door to door. I am getting steamed about it. What can I do or have done to fix this issue? I have had the under side inspected for cracks and gaps in the floor boards, none are their. I think it is a window issue, but which one and how do I tell which one? And can I do it myself or should I pay to have it fixed?
Do you know where the leak is coming from ? Have you done any type of repairs or troubleshooting to repair this leak ?
Posted on Dec 09, 2016
Testimonial: "I had an underside inspection and there are no cracks or gaps in the underside,floor boards, either inside or outside. The mechanic said it could be the rear window or wind shield leaking? I hope not, because I dont know how to fix this, if this is the problem?"
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