Yeah, I know the problem.
Open the hood and have a look at the plastic cover which rests on the
window, on that side. Below it you'll find the air inlet for the blower,
usually equipped with an air filter.
The plastic MUST be fitted an sealed with a chewing gum like substance for
keeping the water out of that space below.
You can get some at your dealer -usually for free- and put it there
Good luck with the Coupe.
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