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Old 01-04-2007, 11:53 AM   #31
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so your sayin when i agree with someones post im not following the rules?
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I did the hose method of finding leaks and water definitely comes in those clip areas. Even with my bumper clipped in and looking good I had water come in there. I siliconed it up now.

Also, check out the flap thingy behind the trunk carpet on the driver's side rear quarter panel. I think it is for ventilation of some kind or maybe to let water out in case of flood? Well anyway it leaks on my car too. Should I silicon it shut?
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Old 02-02-2007, 11:38 PM   #34
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I did the hose method of finding leaks and water definitely comes in those clip areas. Even with my bumper clipped in and looking good I had water come in there. I siliconed it up now.

Also, check out the flap thingy behind the trunk carpet on the driver's side rear quarter panel. I think it is for ventilation of some kind or maybe to let water out in case of flood? Well anyway it leaks on my car too. Should I silicon it shut?
so did silcone on the clips work?
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I did the hose method of finding leaks and water definitely comes in those clip areas. Even with my bumper clipped in and looking good I had water come in there. I siliconed it up now.

Also, check out the flap thingy behind the trunk carpet on the driver's side rear quarter panel. I think it is for ventilation of some kind or maybe to let water out in case of flood? Well anyway it leaks on my car too. Should I silicon it shut?
Did you spray the hose with pressure onto the places it's leaking? Or did you just let it flow gently over the car?

I don't think there's anyway that flap could leak with the bumper on and such.
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my hatchi was leaking in through where the read panel and the side panel join. I had to take out my light as it was covering the little crack. If u have a leaking problem try checking under ur tail light to see if there are any spots where the paint is cracking and try siliconing it up, it worked for me. hope this helps
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change your tail light gaskets brah
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i had same problem too i jus got mine fix....
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Any body know the best way to clean out a clogged sunroof drain?
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Question damp roof.

i'm not sure where my leak is coming from.. or if there even is one.. but my ceiling is damp, mostly only when it's raining or damp outside... anyone know anything about this
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bump for tip; if looking for a leak in the trunk.. just lay down paper towels throughout trunk carpet and spray your car with a water hose. if you need any more steps.. your on your own
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Also, check out the flap thingy behind the trunk carpet on the driver's side rear quarter panel. I think it is for ventilation of some kind or maybe to let water out in case of flood? Well anyway it leaks on my car too. Should I silicon it shut?
So, can anyone tell me what that "flap thingy" is called? It's pictured clearly in the photo that shows the sunroof hoses (I don't have a sunroof). Labeled "What's This" as below:



As with Kwtorbe, my car leaks from that area and no other. I'd love to know how to get at that ... vent or whatever it is... and replace or seal it. But without knowing its name, it's really difficult to find instructions on removing or replacing it. I suspect I may need to remove the bumper to get at it, but I can't tell for sure, and I'd hate to remove the whole bumper just for exploration.
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ok i got a question. i have a 97 EX and it leaks only on the passenger side. when it rains i can see water dripping and running in from under the speaker. ive tried the sunroof drains and cant figure it out. Any Ideas?
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ok i got a question. i have a 97 EX and it leaks only on the passenger side. when it rains i can see water dripping and running in from under the speaker. ive tried the sunroof drains and cant figure it out. Any Ideas?
had the same problem its was my windshield seal
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ok i got a question. i have a 97 EX and it leaks only on the passenger side. when it rains i can see water dripping and running in from under the speaker. ive tried the sunroof drains and cant figure it out. Any Ideas?
had the same problem its was my windshield seal
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