As long as it drained. It did its job.
Look up underside the doors make sure
all drain holes are open.
No big deal.
+2 I agree, my car has been in the weather for 6+ years. You would be surprised where water accumulates in these cars..
As long as it "drains" out while on flat surface or when driving, don't worry about it.
, (<<, doncha love that word), I will point out that at this point in time BOTH
my door windows no longer go up and down because over time the internal cables connected to the mechanism, guides, motor etc have corroded beyond repair, along with the corrosion, the strands have broken and unraveled thereby gumming up the works... I have to replace the entire assemblies
on both doors at the cost to the tune of over $550 + labor...
The only good thing that might
come out of all of this is that I will have a pair of spare motors for the windows, used..
because right now, you can't find these motors anywhere.. I am also hoping that when I do take it in for repairs they'll be able to get the parts to fix these things.. otherwise, it just might be the time to get rid of this car..