and those are just a few of the places a 96 can leak. I always check the floors of my cars after I wash them, you can find leaks alot easier that way.
Another place to check is the rubber strip across the back edge of the hood. This stops water from soaking the fuse box etc. and there are wiring harness holes. Also makes the car alot quieter if the seal is good. If you floor has gotten very wet for long you might want to pull out the carpets and floor boards to fix the rust.
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