This is a the picture I took after they fitted the rubber sealing correctly. Before it was sitting too deep inside the bulkhead and there was a gap of about 1cm, the carpet was soaking wet on the passenger side. Than I aspirated the fix carpet and 1-2 liters came out of that. To let it dry better I removed the mats and put two pingi's in the car to absorb as much moisture as possible. After a week or two everything seemed dried up and I put back in the mats. But as the windows still tend to steam up occasionally I felt under the mats and the the carpet felt damp/moist again. It's nothing like before but there still seems to be a problem. Maybe it's just some moisture left from before they repared it because in these cold conditions it's not so simple to remove moisture from the car, 20° C would make it a lot easier ofcourse._1S_ said:This is where the AC piping runs through the engine bulkhead, and shows how the seal should be fitted :
They've been known to be fitted the wrong way around, meaning they siphon water into the interior instead of keeping it out.
Pic is by GunSpeed, BTW