How do I find rain leak?

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Asked by Jan 25, 2017 at 11:46 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Rain water leaking into car. Back seat, back
floors,and trunk.

4 Answers

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That is always a fun job, its a bitch. But anyway you are looking for bad seals around the doors, sunroof, trunk seal. The most effective way of finding these kinds of leaks is to do a smoke test, you bomb the inside of the car, trunk, just watch where it leaks from. I do not know the technique in doing this tho, I had to have mine done at the dealership.

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Another way is to get in the car and have someone outside the car spray the car down with a hose, spraying into the cracks, etc.

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Another suggestion. Turn the heater on full blast. Make sure the system is in the recirculation mode. Close all windows and moon roof. Does this vehicle have a sun....moon roof? Let the engine run for about 10 min you should have a positive pressure in the vehicle. Now with a cup of soapy water and a brush...go around a swab ALL windows door seals and especially that moon roof.

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Bubbles forming Anywhere? There is where she leaks.

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