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Water pooling water driver floorboard

peez2016peez2016 Posts: 1
edited July 2016 in Chevrolet
i just purchased a used 2013 Chevy Tahoe (July 2, 2016) and discovered some water pooling in the middle of the floorboard on the Drivers floorboard. I am not sure of the source of the leak as it was not raining and I saw no point of ingress. The drains for the sunroof seem clear. Could it be coming from the seat AC?  The dealer washed the Tahoe upon completion of the sale.  Any help is appreciated. It seams to be common place that these vehicles leak through years of design. It would seem that this issue would be corrected at this point. 
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