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Honda civic 2002. water leaking from rain into the floor boards from dash/door seam area

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If its has sunroof you mite have some trash in the drain lines blow some high pressure air threw them you sould be able to get to them by opening the sun roof all the way them should be one in all four corners.

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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Hey I have the same problem, but only when it rains, it comes from the sunroof then leaks into the carpet.

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