Q: Driver door hissing

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I can hear the driver door hissing. The soft touch stopped working, and something is leaking in the driver's door.

Hello. It sounds like the weather stripping on the driver’s side door is worn out or missing and would need to be replaced. The soft touch pad needs to be replaced as well. I would have the door inspected by a mechanic to determine what repairs are needed for your car.

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