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I have a 2017 X1 and noticed a few months ago that after strong storms, my passenger floorboard was wet. The water is only on the floorboard and wicks up enough to pond into the mat. The roof and side walls are all dry. It doesn’t happen when I’m driving or when the car is parked in a downward angle. We had severe storms today and luckily I was in the car when the downpour came and was able to find the one little spot that was wet on the floorboard and took a picture. Has anyone else had this same problem? Any ideas how to fix? The seal looks ok and I just had the door clamps replaced.
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Welcome to the 'fest. I moved your thread to the model-specific forum for your vehicle.

Hope you get some feedback on your issue.
 
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Picture of what exactly was replaced?
The leak might be related to that repair.
Thanks for responding. The leak was happening before I had the clamps replaced. The auto shop thought replacing the clamps would help, but no luck.
The picture is showing the position of where I can feel the water starting to leak in the car after a downpour.
 
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