Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder
I had the same problem not long ago on the driver side when it rained. It turned out that there was a leak where the wiring harness comes in through the driver side of the car. To make sure this is where the leak is coming from you'll have to find where the wiring harness comes inside your car and watch it while someone pours water over your drivers side fender and you'll see the water streaming in pretty good. The best way to fix it is to remove the driver side fender so you can get to the rubber boot that seals the hole and remove it, clean it, apply RTV around the hole, replace the boot and apply more sealant around the outside. Also check where the wires go through the boot itself, you should probably go ahead a apply some extra electrical tape there just in case.
Of Course you'll also need to take the carpet out of your car and clean and dry it well.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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