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Old 09-02-2008, 06:18   #1 (permalink)
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Ford TX5 - Rain Water

Hi everyone.

I've noticed that when my car is standing outside, and it's raining, it seems my '93 TX5 collects water somewhere inside.

My car isn't leaking, but when I drive it and were to stop or even quickly slow down, I can hear water moving back-and-forth in the car.

I once though it might be the fuel tank being full and all, but obviously it wasn't when I was running on empty one day.

Does any Telstar/TX5/626 owner know where our cars usually collect water in? I'm not talking about the rain drops on the car itself. Its sound like there is water collected somewhere in the vehicle itself which is moving around as I drive.

The sound does go away after some sunny days, but I don’t want my Ford TX5 to start rusting. We all know how bad that is.

Any ideas or advice will be really appreciated.

Thanks everyone!!
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