94 Chev Lumina Sdn, Water in Spare Tire Compartment

Hi,
I recently bought a 94 Chev Lumina 4 door sedan from a Chev dealer. The body was in great shape (no rust anywhere), runs great, etc. I removed the spare "doughnut"
tire so I could see the condition of the jack, etc. I was surprised to see a puddle of water where the jack is stored. Note: Spare tire, jack etc. is stored beneath the floor of the trunk. I can't figure out how water got in since there is no hole/s in the rubber molding for the trunk lid, and nothing that would block water flow around the trunk lid.
Thanks in advance, Brad
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Brad wrote:

That trunk seal must be bad or the trunk misaligned. It could even be coming from the window. You could look from the inside with a flashlight and have a TRUSTED friend squirt the outside. If nothing else, I would drill a couple holes in the floor to let the water run out. I have done that and nothing else before.
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