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Do you have a sunroof or moonroof? If so the problem is going to be in the drain for that sunroof or moonroof. If you open the roof, on either front corner you will see a small circular hole. Take some compressed air and blow it through each of those holes. You may see debris come out of the bottom near the back of your wheel well. Take cup of water and slowly pour that near those holes and make sure it goes through. Usually when that drain is clogged the water from a rain storm will flood into the passenger cabin.
get a hose and start looking. IF you have water on the floor, check the front sunroof drains. pull the A piller trim off and see if the hoses are pulled out of the rubber elbows. If they are just get some 3/8" vinyl hose and some barbs and make the hoses longer so they go down inside the pillar.
All moonroofs leak. The key is, does the drain work? Find the drain hole(s) and force air or water through it/them or gently push a wire down the tube. I say gently because you don't want the hose to come unplugged from the drain spigot. If that happens you will need to pull down the headliner to reattach it. The drain hose will go across the roof, down one of the pilars, and out the bottom of the car. If you can find the exit point you can work from there as well.
should be at the bottom of the rad with a little hose coming from it .(the hose points down and goes nowhere just ther to help drain) if you cant find it you can also pull the bottom rad hose off and drain it that way.
do you have dual air control or a seperate set of vents for the rear passengers if so look under the seat to see if there is a tube that runs under the seat if so check to make sure it hasnt come loose.
I had a similar (and maddening) problem with my 1994 Bonneville SSEI. Try the following!
First,check the roof drains from the moon roof. The drains on the Bonneville from 1992 until 1999 are often and easily plugged. This simple check can be properly accomplished by first opening the moon roof, secondly finding the front drains (usually near the four corners of the moon roof) and third using low pressure compressed air to "gently" clear them. After clearing, you can check proper drainage by the drains by pouring a bottle or two of water directly into the drains and then looking beneath the car for the water that was drained.
Secondly, check the quality of the drain hoses from the moonroof. You can find them by carefully removing the plastic covers on each side of the the inside windshield pillars. Check out the hoses for proper connection and that they remain in good shape. The moon roof drain hoses can sometimes become disconnected or even disintegrate with age to the point that they leak.
Third, check the door seals and make sure that they are properly functioning. This can usually be accomplished by making sure the seals are not torn and ascertaining if the seals are properly secured to the door jams with adhesive. If not, reinforce the adhesive with additional adhesive.
Had same problem with 91 Prelude, after rain, water would leak from moonroof, especially when stopping, having a wet neck on the way to work is not fun! Solution was to remove the small screens and restrictor caps on the drain hoses. The hoses can be acessed through the trunk behind the quarter panel cover on either side, just have a can ready for the skanky water to drain once the plugs are removed. When all clear, the drains should drain out right behind the mud flaps in the rear on each side. There are fron drains as well, these run behind the driver and passanger kick panels and drain around the mud flaps in the front.
this sounds like a hydraulic power steering hose straight too power steering and power steering gear box this is has a leak in it these hoses need to be replaced
now with the other problems sounds just like they need to have new hoses ran threw them too the bar if im hearing this correctly is water flow jacket like radiator hoses these hoses need to be replaced during a radiator hose replacement
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