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Driver's seatbelt wet?

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When I drove to work it wasn't raining.

It poured most of the morning but by lunch it was no longer raining.

I get in my car, pull the seat belt over and it's soaked - not just damp.

I felt the carpet near the bottom of the pillar and also the floor behind the seat and they are dry?

When I got out I made sure that the seals were intact and they seemed to be.

This has never happened before.

Anybody else experience this?


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check the rain drain's blow them clear, also check the alarm computer under the drivers seat. mine got damp and the immobilizer quit car didn't want to start, starter didn't engage. if the windows go down by them self and or alarm goes off. It may be to late.

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Most likely your drain behind the driver's seat. Check out this helpful link on Mike Focke's site below:

Click HERE:

Scroll down and read entire page. Use the suggested method of pouring water down and catch it in the drain in front of rear tire to see if you catch it all.

Here is the drain that is most likely the problem:


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