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Old 01-19-2008, 10:06 PM   #1
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My car is still leaking water I already sealed up both drivers side doors and today both passenger side doors. When I checked the sunroof I see water coming out the drains under the car, I don't know where else to look. My carpet is soaked on the drivers side front and rear floor. I don't see anymore water getting in through any door. What else do I need to check
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Did you check the trunk for leaks? It could migrate from there.
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Did you check the trunk for leaks? It could migrate from there.
Not log ago I had to replace the trunk seal because it was leaking. The other day my wife told me she found the carpet on the trunk lid (liner) wet on the driver'* side. She said it was only the lid liner that was wet, not the floor. When I looked in the trunk and it was completely dry I even checked the spare tire well. I think the spoiler or maybe the brake light is leaking but not that bad. I have to get in there and have her flood it to see what is leaking.
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Found the leak. It only took me a few minutes following Haro'* write up on sunroof drains. I found water coming in the drivers side instead of going out the drain. Funny thing about that is after I unclogged both front drains a few weeks back they were both going out the drain holes, now somehow the line has separated

It'* to cold to try to fix this right now. Is there some kind of automotive tape I can use to tape around the sunroof? Something that obviously won't hurt the paint and will come off easy in a few weeks.
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January 21
Got it fixed today My right hands full of scratches but it'* done. The bottom tube was really hidden. I ended up having to buy an inspectors mirror so I could find it.

Thanks for the call Andrew, even though I was finishing up when you calle... I do appreciate
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