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Water under rear seat

Got a 99 GT convertible and I found water under the rear seat on the drivers side. All rear windows roll all the way up and seal. The top is in great shape so any ideas of where the water is coming in from?? Going to pull the rear seats out next weekend and put the hose to it but would like to have a stating point.

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Check to see if the heater works it might be the heater seal. my girlfriend car passenger side filled with water cause the seal broker. Granite this was a ford focus. Just an idea.


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Got a 99 GT convertible and I found water under the rear seat on the drivers side. All rear windows roll all the way up and seal. The top is in great shape so any ideas of where the water is coming in from?? Going to pull the rear seats out next weekend and put the hose to it but would like to have a stating point.
After you pull the rear seat you should find all kinds of crap in the well under the rear window. There is a drain in the rocker panel area just ahead of the rear wheel that was plugged up and overflowing into the footwell. That should cure your problem and you can also check if your hydraulic cylinders are starting to leak like mine were. Hope this helps!
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Thanks Boominup, will do.
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