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Went out to vacuum my truck and noticed the drivers side carpet soaked. Pulled up carpet and padding is soaked as well. Carpet is also wet in the rear drivers side in the "channel" between the removable trim piece where the rear door shuts. ( plastic part that pops off and exposes edge of carpet underneath) Also wet in small area under rear seat. I have read threads where people have discovered a crack in the seam sealer, and had rear windows leak. Also have read about a clogged AC drain tube. Still early in diagnosing the issue, had anyone had the AC problem with a completely dry passenger side? I am not ruling it out but would a cracked seam seal leave the front padding completely soaked? Any help or ideas would be great. I am trying to find the leak first myself to save some money, as water leak issues can get expensive quick! By the way, I live in Washington so..... it rains just a little.... :smile:
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Do you have aftermarket lights, or amp, or anything that you've run wires for through the firewall? If so this is common as the water runs along them through the seal but is usually an easy fix.
 

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Water is coming in through a seam about 8 inches below the driver side rear window. (Arrow) Have read (as previously posted) a common problem is rear window leaking. Would it leak this far down? No aftermarket equipment has been installed that would puncture / go through any metal.
 

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Just to add , there is a bare spot on the seam where there is no seal in place (caulk?) I am worried if I do seal it up, water will pool above it. Hopefully this makes sense.
 

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Just went through all this last month there are seams not sealed from the factory and also the cabin vent is a issue on the passenger side. I siliconed the crap out of mine and it fixed the issue.
 

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Cabin vent. There is no way to get to it unless bed is removed. I siliconed the inside and let it ride.
 

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nightowl, that is exactly where mine is leaking as well. Could you determine how/where the water is coming IN? So far my cabin vent isn't leaking but I will seal that up while my interior is apart. I know a lot of people have thought the water was coming in through the back window, leak seems a bit low for it to be the seal on the glass? Thanks for the help, looks like a lot of Titans would have this issue.
 
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