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Old 03-11-2013, 03:58 PM
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any other known water entry points?

cleaned the sunroof drains, and did the ac tube install.

now after a night and full day of rain i had a little bit of water on top of the carpet and under the rubber mat. looks as though the water was dripping from around the blower motor assembly. the assembly was NOT wet, so I am thinking windshield? or maybe something along those lines. I am looking fo any help..

When I get time I will pull the wipers, cowl, and what ever I have to to investigate. but some tips would be nice too
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