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    I had this in the drivers footwell and it was a dodgy window seal. Just incase it's seen rain lately
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    I think it was raining the day I noticed it... I'll have a look over the weekend. Maybe run a hose over the seals and see if it starts seeping through...
    I am currently on my fourth and fifth Supra relapse and desperately searching for a cure from this debilitating condition...

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    Update

    So, ran a hose over the car today and there were absolutely no signs of any seepage. I also had the car running for over an hour with the AC on full blast and, again, there were no signs of a leak. Also, as far as I can tell, the coolant level is full, so I'm pretty much out of ideas now...
    I am currently on my fourth and fifth Supra relapse and desperately searching for a cure from this debilitating condition...

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    Just have to monitor the coolant closely, you'll be having to use the heater a lot in the coming months so you'll notice a loss of coolant of cabin heat. If your coolant doesn't go down but then the footwell gets wet again you are back to hunting a leak to the elements.
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