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Have a 2004 Pathfinder with cabin leakage. Noticed your solution on Internet. Same problem. Water funneling inside plastic trim to kick panel on left and soaking the floor. Which "drains" did you snake out with cord. Can ffind none. Re-seated all gaskets on door and windshield. No luck. Thanks very much.... Rod

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  • elemarinc Oct 05, 2010

    Thanks. I was referencing an earlier solution (8 mos ago) to Pathfinderr rain water leakage. The expert said he had a similar problem, which he solved by snaking trimmer cord through the drains to keep water from backing up in the headliner, and funneling down the door gasket to the floor. The headliner? My water is dripping into the plastic panel in the left windshield pillar. I've duct taped all the gasket seams in a process of elimination, and water still gets in somehow. Appreciate your response.



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The drains are located on the firewall, they are for the AC evaporator and the air vents, to allow the discharge of the accumulated water. The drains have fitted over them a small black pipe that goes straight down.
They are accessible only from underneath so you will to crawl under the truck to clean them.
To remove the water from the cabin you must pry open the drain holes from the floor pan, they are covered by rubber plugs that are hidden by the carpets. Again, accessible only from underneath.

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  • Azrael SRL Oct 05, 2010

    That problem was about a leaking sunroof, not the windshield. In tyour case the problem is with the windshield gasket - it no longer seals. The trick described there will not work - the water can't reach those drains.
    The duct tape should be absolutely water tight for it to work - this never happens.



    To fix that you will need to insulate the gasket by pumping under it rubber mastic all around the circumference. If you can't find a tube with it at your local car parts shop and in a pinch, you could use even silicone caulking

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