If it's ONLY in the back passenger floor behind driver's seat, then that's bit of a mystery. It may be trickling into the back from the front via the openings and indentations on the floor pan.
Have you had a thorough check of the area in and around the front foot well ?
If your heater core is leaking, then you'd have the tell tale smell of coolant and the colour too, depending on whether it's SLL (Pink) or whatever else has been put in there. Try soaking up some liquid with some paper towel and see.
Your car will probably start to overheat due to coolant loss too. Check coolant level.
If it's just water, then you have a leaking seal somewhere. if it's strictly only in the back, then poke around the rear windscreen seal in around inside the boot and right rear door seals.
You may also have to pull the back seat and have someone spray water on the back half of the car and see if any gets in.
Let us know what you find.
I would like to add some driving lights onto my Kluger as I usually drive at night through regional small roads.
Are there any special considerations when installing these just for the fact of being an hybrid vehicle?
Thanks for any piece of advice.
Hey fellow Toyota Owners
i have recently purchased this car I live in the barossa valley and yes it’s been raining a lot. Had it just over a month and today are a pretty big storm I have noticed this water. It isn’t anywhere else in the car just the back passenger seat foot well almost a pool of it. It’s on the drivers side. Car does not have sunroof. To my knowledge all doors where fuller closed and windows up.
not sure where the water is coming in only guess is door seal. Have checked by they all look the same. Am now doing my best to get rid of the water.
would appreciate any knowledge, thoughts, things to look at?
would like to fix the problem
we do have a Toyota dealer up here if I need more detailed look
has anyone with a ln167 upgraded there mirrors to towing mirrors since the stock ones are bad , if so what did you get?
i heard these will work
can anyone confirm?
From what the book says, difference should be around 14psi (98kpa ), youll nearly always get some variance, due to carbon build up on top of pistons etc,etc, but if 2 cylinders side by side had low readings that points to a blown head gasket or a crack in the cylinder wall and pressure is simply transferirng between the two, all engines have some blow by, especially when they start to get some kays on them, how bad is it, I,d check and make sure the PVC Valve is not clogged up with Gunk, soak it in petrol, thinners something with solvent, have found degreaser useless as it dosnt get rid of all the sh*t inside it.
Does the blowby reduce when you pull the dipstick out of its tube ?