Thanks Rich I will check these out, i have just resealed the roof but the water could have been there prior to me doing that, when the weather improves i will take out the seats and lift the rubber to get it dry again i really thought i had cured this problemevrywhere
look around the windscreen, the bulkhead (underbonnet), heater air-intake (underbonnet), door seals. roof (YES, t4's rust ), the seam where the roof & windscreen-pillars meet (the sealer cracks & water gets in & runs down the pillar then gets to the door-hinge area thats foal-filled so overflows into the cab)
Hi, thanks for the reply, the van is a t4 high top 1996. the windscreen surround was in good condition and only had a couple of small rust spots so I'm pretty sure its not coming from there."Also removed any rust and then replaced" ......
Maybe you should NOT have replaced the rust?
Sealing the windscreen properly often involves welding new pieces of metal in.
What year/style is it?