As far as the DS seat getting wet, check the weatherseal along the a-piller for tears. If it's not torn, you may need to do a few adjustments to the top or the glass. If the top isn't seating tightly against the top of the windshield, release the top and adjust the hook on the latch. Screw it in a little bit so that the top clamps down tighter. Then, check to see that the door glass is seating properly against the weatherstrip along the a-piller and top. If you pull the inner door trim off, you can access the adjustment points on the window mechanism to align the glass so it seats properly.
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