Yes, it is possible to have water dripping from the crossbars into a window. It might be worth investing in some window visors to help divert the water.
I have a 2016 Ford Fiesta. I just got it brand new a year ago. This morning, I found the floor on the passenger side (behind the driver) soaked in around 5-7mm of water. I’m sure it didn’t rain yesterday but it rained hard two days before. The other side of the passenger, seats and the driver floor is dry. What could be causing this?
I have a Mercedes A Class 63 reg. (no sunroof) and water leaks inside and onto the carpet on the passenger side; the back is soaking wet. I took it to the garage, and they said it might be a blocked AC drain as the pollen filter was absolutely soaked. They cleared the debris, and then they did a water test, and the problem was sorted. A few weeks later the problem is back! Is it really blocked drains or something more serious?
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