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Old 05-19-2015, 10:46 AM   #36
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I had this happen to mine (also a 14)
this thread might help. It also has a link to another forum where someone took pictures.

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Old 08-11-2015, 12:28 PM   #38
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Water sloshing in doors

I have a 2014 V6 and after a hard rain, it sounds like a gallon of water sloshing in the doors. I took it to the dealer 2x and they drained the doors and said leaves had plugged the drain. I guess after 2x, I should have asked to see what they did. Anyhow, this morning, same thing. After a brief inspection of the doors, there are 2 small black rectangular door plugs on each end near the bottom of the door. I was parked on a decline (hood down) and removed the plugs. Tons of water poured out. There were some leaves and dirt that looked to clog the exit. Like one other post, I will clean out and forget the plugs. Never had a car in 40 years that held water in the doors.
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yeah my doors hold water like crazy now, i gotta remove those plugs lol

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I have a 2014 V6 and after a hard rain, it sounds like a gallon of water sloshing in the doors. I took it to the dealer 2x and they drained the doors and said leaves had plugged the drain. I guess after 2x, I should have asked to see what they did. Anyhow, this morning, same thing. After a brief inspection of the doors, there are 2 small black rectangular door plugs on each end near the bottom of the door. I was parked on a decline (hood down) and removed the plugs. Tons of water poured out. There were some leaves and dirt that looked to clog the exit. Like one other post, I will clean out and forget the plugs. Never had a car in 40 years that held water in the doors.
Maybe lack of exercise is causing your cars to hold water.
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I have a 2014 V6 and after a hard rain, it sounds like a gallon of water sloshing in the doors. I took it to the dealer 2x and they drained the doors and said leaves had plugged the drain. I guess after 2x, I should have asked to see what they did. Anyhow, this morning, same thing. After a brief inspection of the doors, there are 2 small black rectangular door plugs on each end near the bottom of the door. I was parked on a decline (hood down) and removed the plugs. Tons of water poured out. There were some leaves and dirt that looked to clog the exit. Like one other post, I will clean out and forget the plugs. Never had a car in 40 years that held water in the doors.
Well I guess you can't say that any more.
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Old 12-25-2015, 09:42 AM   #42
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Anyone ever find the real issue of where the water comes in or as importantly, where it can drain out in the passenger quarter panel? Yes, 14' here I bought new that sloshes.
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Check the rubber seals that goes around the trunk area between the trunk and the fender .I had the same problem with my Taurus water was getting in between the trunk and fender and running into the trunk
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Yes I took mine into the dealer and had it fixed. The welds in between the wheel well and the body panel were not complete and was allowing water to get in through the seam while you were driving (wheel slings water up into it). I believe for me they drilled a hole to drain through, not 100% sure thou gh
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