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Check the plugs on the underside of the trunk.
Also check the rain rail of the top. If it is bad shape the water can leak from the top to the trunk.
Drain tubes also...
 

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Check the plugs on the underside of the trunk.
Also check the rain rail of the top. If it is bad shape the water can leak from the top to the trunk.
Drain tubes also...

pics of said itme to check would help.... also

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Something that most probably don't or won't think about is the gasket behind each tail light. Those get old and deteriorate and can let water leak in. Worth a look and probably an easy fix if that's the problem.
 

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Everything here is a posiible cause. I too checked these things when I had my trunk leak. I eventually narrowed the problem down to the area around the hardtop latch. I made new gaskets for both latches then still had the problem. Upon further observation I noticed that the original factory seam sealer in the trunk gutters had become brittle and started to split. I couldn't even see the splits they were so small. After using a screw driver to strip away the old sealant and a trip to the paint supply store I resealed the problem areas and my leak was gone
 
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