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Old 05-20-2013, 12:22 PM
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Wet passenger floor board 06,F150 Lariot

My passenger floor board seems to get wet right in the center of the floor board. I have no idea where the wetness is comeing from because the upper part of floor board is dry up underthe dash and behind the passenger seat. It only gets wet in the center of the floor. Any ideas on this problem would be great Thanks.
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