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Old 01-17-2013, 01:56 AM
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Water leaking in cabin

I have a water leak now :) cool it leaks idk where from and it comes out by the glove compartment and runs all the way to the back seat passengers side any ideas? I think it's from the fresh air vent ( the plastic grill by the wind shield wipers ) and I'm checking tomorrow
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Re: Water leaking in cabin

Check this rubber grommet which is right above/next to the glove compartment, or the front sunroof drain which is the clear tube right behind it.

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But you need that scoop on the hood. Is it true that they're big enough to fit your lunch box and all your camera gear in it?
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Re: Water leaking in cabin

I'll check in the morning thanks!
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Re: Water leaking in cabin

It wasn't that :/
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Re: Water leaking in cabin

Car cover.
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Re: Water leaking in cabin

Then it starts raining when I'm driving
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Re: Water leaking in cabin

Look around that area while someone else sprays the outside with a hose.
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Re: Water leaking in cabin

It's a seal for the windshield
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