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November 6, 2011, 4:03 pm

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Question: rear passenger floor pan water accumulates

My car is a very reliable no winter, zero rust vehicle, but it has frequent wet carpet only in bottom of rear passenger floor pan. Carpet is not wet next to door or pillar or under front seat, but up to 2 inches has sometimes shown up. Car sits flat in driveway and has no spots on asphalt. It has not rained for four days but is still wet. Is this condensate? Front passenger kick plate is also dry? Help please.

November 8, 2011, 6:59 pm

Elizabeth K

If the water shows up after it rains, it does not matter how long it stays around. Does the water accumulate even when it does not rain?

If it shows up during the rain, try this link:

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