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    Default Nearside rear floor soaking??

    Wonder if someone can help me as since the bad snow my floor has been soaking wet at the back passenger side?

    I actually thought it was just taking longer to dry out but now i realise water is getting in somewhere as my driveway sits on a slight slope and when it's been raining it pools up slightly. I've checked all door sills etc so could it be coming in from under the car?? Car is 55 plate.

    Any help greatly appreciated!!!

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    search scuttle drain and follow advice does your heater work on all settings?

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    Yes mate it appears to be working on all settings.

    I'll search scuttle drain if you think that could be the problem.

    cheers

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    Hi Nike,
    Have you had a windscreen fitted recently? - you say your driveway has a slope, water could be flowing from the front and collecting in the rear foot well - the best way to locate water entry is to get someone to hose the car systematically and search the interior for signs of water entry while your hosing it.

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