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issue #2.......water under rear seat pad (drivers side)


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Recently i noticed my 2002 turbo was condensating inside quite badly and upon closer inspection i found that there was water not on the rear seat but underneath the seat pad.......its bizarre theres no water on the side walls, occassionally a small amount on the floor carpet but i think that may be where its run off. The door membrane was replaced last year and the sunroof drains run clear out the rear. Ive covered the sunroof with plastic and it still occurred, the roof lining is not wet either......its almost like its coming up from below???

Ive found tonnes of posts on this issue but none seem to have a resolution so once I get into the car can anyone save me another trip to the garage PLEASE??!! :-)

It must be a fairly common issue and come from one particular common area, someone mentioned a blocked ac condensate drain but it seems too high must be water ingress from somewhere.....took the rear speaker out but all felt dry behind there and theres a fair bit of foam.

Any ideas from the fonts of knowledge?!

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Recently i noticed my 2002 turbo was condensating inside quite badly and upon closer inspection i found that there was water not on the rear seat but underneath the seat pad.......its bizarre theres no water on the side walls, occassionally a small amount on the floor carpet but i think that may be where its run off. The door membrane was replaced last year and the sunroof drains run clear out the rear. Ive covered the sunroof with plastic and it still occurred, the roof lining is not wet either......its almost like its coming up from below???Ive found tonnes of posts on this issue but none seem to have a resolution so once I get into the car can anyone save me another trip to the garage PLEASE??!! :-)It must be a fairly common issue and come from one particular common area, someone mentioned a blocked ac condensate drain but it seems too high must be water ingress from somewhere.....took the rear speaker out but all felt dry behind there and theres a fair bit of foam.Any ideas from the fonts of knowledge?!

1/4 light leaking perhaps??

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