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Old 07-28-2006, 03:56 PM   #1
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I have water entering the passenger compartment. I have traced it to the throttle cable. I was wondering if people had found a way to solve this, or locate it. I know I will be doing a lot of work on my car in the next couple weeks, so I can take the time and search, but I heard someone had found where the issues were. Thanks.

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Are you absolutely sure it is the throttle cable? Or is it coming from that area?

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