That is always a possibility, but the volume of water would be real low. This is a real common problem on Ford trucks, but the symptoms always revolve around electrical problems associated with their "GEM" module. That's their equivalent of a Body Computer. Water drips onto that computer when it sneaks in through the leak around the windshield, but the complaints rarely include water on the floor.
For most vehicles as new as yours, the windshield is considered a structural element that adds strength to the roof. As such, special attention is paid to the integrity of the glue seal. There's no longer a rubber gasket that can dry-rot and shrink or develop cracks that let water in. That glue bond is real hard to break, so the most logical way it could leak is if the windshield was replaced previously, and it wasn't sealed properly.
Thursday, June 10th, 2021 AT 1:07 PM