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Water has been leaking into the boot of my Honda Civic. I have found the place where the water is getting in. What should I use to fix it?

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It is from the rear wash wipe I bet. You need to locate the drain tubes in the roof, balst them out with compreesed air or use tigerseal to block them up if you dont use the washwipe.

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

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