only have water in the rear passenger side.

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Asked by Jan 30, 2015 at 07:22 PM about the 2004 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

water on rear passenger side floor.

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Could be any number of things (hole in the floor, hole in the trunk floor and the water's traveling, etc...), but my first guess is a plugged drain tube if the car has a sunroof.

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If no sunroof then vynel top I had leek in roof cut top off and replaced metal had lots of rust under top real commen for cars

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GETTING WATER IN THE BACK OF THE PASSENGER SEAT

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i have water comming on the back seat passenger side of my 1999 lincoln town car

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Clean the drain flap on the passanger side of the fresh air intake by heater core. It is ar the bottom of the housing about the size of a quarter. Likely leaves have blocked it. Now how the water gets ot the back seat is a mystery, but it does.

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