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Honda, Interior, SUV
#19 of 58 Re: wet carpet [deeboo]
May 06, 2010 (7:27 am)
thanks for the picture. I don't believe that's where the water is coming in, we've had those two area looked at & resealed before, but I will give it another look. thanks again!
#20 of 58 Re: wet carpet [defense3]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
May 06, 2010 (8:02 am)
Here's this post again for those who didn't start on the first page:
Interior Water Leaks
#21 of 58 Re: wet carpet [defense3]
May 06, 2010 (3:17 pm)
defense3, I posted more pics on my carspace page. If you remove the drivers side kickpanel, lift the rubber seal from the lower left corner of cowl, then apply running water thru that entry point, shortly after you will see the water trickling into the cabin at the kick panel.
#23 of 58 Re: wet carpet [jaycee1018]
Nov 23, 2010 (4:07 am)
Thanks for posting the link. Unfortunately I was unable to access it.
It there another way I can see this.
It looks like something I would want to show the dealer.
Your help would be greatly appreciated.
#24 of 58 Re: wet carpet [deeboo]
Jan 12, 2011 (4:26 pm)
Deeboo. I am another member of the wet carpet club. I am new to this site, and trying to find the pictures you posted. Any chance you could direct me how to find them
#25 of 58 Re: wet carpet [bgvoodoo]
Jan 16, 2011 (11:02 am)
Honda let me down. 2004 pilot leaks water, not only will Honda Care not cover the "structural" defect, they also say they will not cover any damage caused by the uncovered "structural" defect. If electrical system fails causing the sir bags not to work, too bad. Car always smells like wet dog. Dealer, O'Danial Honda of Omaha, even less help. Been a loyal Honda customer for years, no more, just bought a 2010 Jetta TDI.
I love the Jetta turbo, no leaks, and my friends and I don't smell like crap after riding in it + Great gas mileage.
#26 of 58 Honda Pilot with water leak
Feb 19, 2011 (5:16 pm)
We have a 2005 Honda Pilot, we have had problems with water getting in mostly on the passenger side floor. we think we can see now where the water is coming in after removing some things to see. There is a tube surrounded by foam where it exits into the metal wall towards the door, up above the fuses on the passenger side that seems to connect to another sleeve that looks like it is connected through by the wheel well. It looks like the water is coming from either this black tube or the sleeve or foam where it connects on either end. We cannot tell what this tube is or where it goes- it doesn't seem to have any wires in it. It may be a drain tube??? it is very hard to get to, can you help us???
#27 of 58 Re: water on carpet [ivy427]
Feb 20, 2011 (6:35 pm)
I know this is an old post for you, not sure if you will get this, but we have the same prob with wet carpet and have been trying everything- AC drains, silicone in the wheel well, checking the sunroof drain, and we think it may also be coming from the A-pillar. But we don't know how to fix it- Do you have any information about how and where they sealed it? We thought it must be coming down from above the passenger side door maybe and running down the pillar? Any help is appreciated!
#28 of 58 Re: wet carpet [deeboo]
Feb 20, 2011 (6:49 pm)
Hope your wet carpet is fixed, ours has been very frustrating! wondering where the pictures you were talking about in this post are? I don't know what you are referring to a carspace page? I was hoping to see if it is something we haven't tried yet. We have already replaced the windshield, along with many other things- any help is appreciated!