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  1. Hi, I just purchased a 2015 Diesel Cayenne last night. On the way home the passenger side foot well started leaking water big time. I googled and maybe the drain tube is plugged? So, this morning I took off the passenger wheel well cover and checked , but nothing plugged up that I could find. Put it together and ran it with A/C on super cold for about 10 minutes, and it started to leak again. I took the panel off the bottom of the dash under the glove box and there is a rubber valve that is open to the cabin, that is maybe a drain to the outside world as well? This appears to be where the water is coming from. Condensation for the AC? Any ideas on a fix? The rubber "valve does not really close" but just tucks in a bit. Very sad.
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