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Before getting a new set of tires for my bu I decided to give her a bath. However that proved to be a bad idea. Going through the car wash everything was fine and dandy, however going through the blowers to dry the car... not so much. All of a sudden where the gear shift is I felt a drip..drip..drip. Then more drips and by this time I wasn't happy. I look up and sure enough above my gear shift in the over head lights I see a bead of water balancing. Once I completed my drying process I pulled over to the vacuum station to investigate. However I am not finding the hole for the water to travel to the inside. I called a few places and they are telling me its possible that the seals on my windshields (back or front) could be the culprit. However they cannot say for certain if that is the official cause. I will have to take her in and they will do a test to see the spot. I'm wondering if the salt from the snow (since we live next to the ocean) could be the problem and eroded the seals?