The other common problem is a low biting point for rhe clutch pedal.
There is an adjustment mechanism at the top of the pedal but it’s awkward to get at, involving being upside down under the steering wheel.
The adjustment itself is simple enough though with a threaded pushrod and locknut to twiddle.
It’s important to seal the leak into the passenger carpet as there is a fusebox for the water to run through before reaching the carpet and water in there can cause all sorts of problems.
There are two small circular screw caps to carefully prise out first, unscrew the screws underneath them, then remove the wiper arms so you can pull the plastic scuttle cover off, all with bonnet open.
Remove the remains of the foam gaskets and get the area clean before pulling the plastic inserts away from the metal as you can lay a bead of silicone sealant all the way round between the plastic inserts and the metal scuttle. Get the sealant underneath the insert, not next to it.
It’s important to keep the inserts pulled away from the painted metal of the scuttle until the silicone sets or the silicone seal will be broken when you tighten the screws to hold the cover in place, as the fit is loose without the thick foam seal in place, taking up the gap.