What makes my 06 Pt Cruiser leak on the driver side floor?

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Asked by Jun 23, 2017 at 08:39 PM about the 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring

Question type: General

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Probably AC condensation. The drain may be plugged up or the drain hose is loose.

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I cleaned the little drains at the wiper blade trough. The next time it rained the floor was sopping wet. I had some work done before I noticed the wet floor. The ole boy was a pretty good size and broke the plastic flashing on the side of the seat next to the door. I figure he was trying to pull himself out of the car and grabbed onto the roof and pulled the rubber loose that is wedged between the roof and the door. I looked @ the passenger side and it looks as if the rubber is much tightly attached to the roof than the driver side. Could water be going down track that holds the rubber? Please advise

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