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    Wet passenger floorboard

    Hi, there has been two times where I've had to part my Viper outside during some rain, not thunderstorms but just mild rain. Both times the passenger floorboard is wet. I haven't identified where the leak is or where the water could be coming in from. Has anyone else experienced this? Seals seem to be in good shape, top was on correctly, I didn't see any water coming from the top seals.
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    Look for water coming in from above the door speaker. The path is by the seal where the body panel has an overlap or due to a short seal.

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    Also check drain hose at bottom of HAVC intake...may be plugged.
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    Typical to come in thru the top of the front of the door. Always keep her inside. Warm and kozy..............
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    Quote Originally Posted by ViperSRT View Post
    Look for water coming in from above the door speaker. The path is by the seal where the body panel has an overlap or due to a short seal.
    That makes sense. Thanks, I will look there

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99RT10 View Post
    Typical to come in thru the top of the front of the door. Always keep her inside. Warm and kozy..............
    Inside my climate controlled garage right now! 38 and rainy outside, 70 and dry inside
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    HVAC box seals @ heater core connections is a common leak point. If the top of your HVAC box gets wet there during a rain event I'd check those seals. Just pop the hood and look under the HVAC intake plenum.
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