Gentlemen, Long time listener, first time caller here. Thought it was high time I step out it into the light as the owner of an ’04 LX 470. Also, I’m experiencing an infuriating water leak, and despite scouring the forum for insights and interventions, my latest water test has been just as dramatically unsuccessful as each previous one. In a nutshell, I’ve got water penetration at the upper passenger side corner of my windshield that soaks through to the headliner where my A-pillar meets the roof liner. It would seem that water then flows down the interior of the A-pillar and eventually exits into the right side of the footwell. Like you can see, I’ve dismantled the glove box and trim pieces near the exit point of the leak and I can see where it’s indeed dripping out of the bottom of the A-pillar. Ominously, it drips through much of the wiring harness before eventually dripping onto the floor. When I test with a hose, there’s no leakage until I run water within about half an inch of the actual top corner of the windshield. Even with copious water running down the windshield, so I know it’s not a lower drain or anything involving the rain tray. I took this shot laying on the passenger side floor looking up toward the A-pillar. On the advice in many of the threads addressing water leaks, I’ve applied silicone sealant all around the top right corner of the windshield. No worse, no better, so I can’t for the life of me figure out how it’s penetrating the A-pillar. Insights? PS - Pardon me if I've botched the acceptable process for posting pics!