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Passener side front carpet always saturated with water

When i cut the carpet out there was a huge pool of water and rusted metal>>>only figured out problem after warranty expired so i paid for repair of sunroof drain leaking into carpets and carpet replaced.....year later same thing but now they are claiming its coming from other side and running along channel to passenger side.....so they claim its not the same problem and want me to pay for repair again???the car has had a bad odour in it from day one and its been from the wet moldy carpet(mine is a 2002 mdx)

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Her is the problem. Sadly it is very common and hard to fix. Read this thread and you will have a few options on fixing it. http://www.mdxers.org/forums/showthread.php?s=b3e7b854b0a400b7b0a7b9950c1646d3&threadid=1131&highlight=water+leak

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