Question about Honda Accord
Water doens't leak anywhere else in the car, only on the passenger side floor. It seems like the water is coming from the speaker on the passenger side.
Not comming from the speaker! Make sure that the rubber door trim aound the door is intact and not damaged. Additionally, check the rubber seal on the outside of the window where it retracts into the door. These are the only 2 ways that water can enter through the passenger door.
Posted on Feb 11, 2012
Bummer deal. Its quite possible someone opened the door panel and removed a sheet of plastic that blocks water flow as you describe. Also, along the bottom door edge along the rubber seal are several drain holes that let water out, stick a wire in them to make sure they are not plugged with dirt.. Some floor boards have rubber plugs in them. When not replaced, water splashes from rain up onto the carpet. Hope this helps. DIY Motor product ends high mileage problem valve tap oil burning
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your fuse is not blown, then you'll want to test the horn voltage with a test light at the horn while the horn switch is being pressed.
I would suggest unplugging the horn & just testing the wire for 12V + and if you have voltage there but the horn won't work when reconnected you'll have to replace the horn.
If the voltage is missing at the horn connection when you do the test, then it has to be either the fuse or the relay, and finally, the switch on the steering wheel. Wiring is a last consideration based upon the circumstance.
The owners manual will have the fuse & relay location.
It of course would be a coincidence for it to be anything but the horn & I do expect that the horn is bad or has a bad connection which you'll correct when you reconnect it after testing! good luck
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
SOURCE: voltage light
This is most likely happening due to water splashing up onto your serpentine belt causing it to slip and not spin the alternator fast enough.
A possible reason as to why this occurs not and not before could be a worn belt.
Having this happen won't really hurt anything, just dont rev the engine during the drying process as you might throw the belt off.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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