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Haven't you ever washed the car and then kept the doors open to allow the water to drain? I, too, have pulled the plastic inserts in both Stangs. And it's also a good thing to check the 2 rubber boots inside the engine compartment along the firewall that allow the cowl water to drain. Those are prone to clogging and will send a wave of water into the cabin thru the cabin air filter.
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My 2013 gets the water in the doors too. I don't think its just related to the 10s and under. Have not had issues since I pulled out the little plastic clips. Well besides water still getting in there which will cause it to rust out at some point.
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