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Hi all.
I found this morning 'water' on my rubber floor mat driver's side and the carpet is also soaked.
Could this be from the downpour we had last night?...As a matter of fact, it has been a rainy season but the inside never got wet.
Could it be the AC drain? If so can this be a DIY project? How do you do it?
I hope this is nothing serious....
Any feedback is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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seen a few of these come in the dealership for this problem. its the door seal. very easy fix if you have the right adhesive, new door seal, and some patience
 

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Is there a weatherstrip just for the '03 C240 or I can use any weatherstrip?
Do you know where I can get one? I have been searching to no avail.
All I found were sunroof seals for MB.
What's strange is that everything else is dry except for the drivers side floor.
Is it worth going to the dealer with this?
Thanks for the reply!
 

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Thanks OzC36...
I will surely do the seals first then go from there.
It's just annoying for a 2003 model to have this problem already. I also have an 'older' '95 BMW 325is without a problem like this.
Now its just a matter of finding where I can buy a seal.
 

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Anybody know if you have to remove part of the door panel to install the seal?
Had the seal ordered thru a body shop and he said the panel had to be removed for this job...Is this true?
I was planning to install it myself if the panel stays.
Any input is very much appreciated...before the seal gets delivered.
Thanks.
 
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