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Rear carpet on the off side of my 2006 X type Jaguar has started to get flooded after heavy rain. I have checked all the seals and drains and find nothing untoward. Underneath looks ok. Help please.

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If it is equipped with an air conditioner,probable cause would be the a/c cooling coil drain pipe may have come loose or clogged, thus making the condensed water from the cooling coil to spill over on the carpet. Have a look under the box that holds the cooling coil, there should be a drain pipe that goes through the floor towards the front.

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