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Water Leak Hi there, We've had our car for just over a year now and Honda gave us a 1 year warrenty the usual thing, in the 9 month of having the car we had the big down pour of rain here in Lincolnshire and the drivers side foot well was a duck pond. We took it back and they said it was the rubber floor bung and they replaced it at a cost, 3 months later not having much rain we had some snow over the weekend back in march, we did't use the car over the weekend untill it was the usual return to work as you do, only to discover a duck pond again. Returning the car back to the Honda dealer and they sent it to thier body specialist and they said it was a seal between the bulk head and the drivers side front wing and once again at a cost to us saying that this is not included in the warrenty mmmm. 2 days ago it rained and rained and we have our duck pond back. Lincoln Honda have said they will do a complete strip down, all the seats, carpets, dashboard etc,etc out to see what they can find if it is a weld on a joint then it is a warrenty job however if it's not we are looking at a BIG bill. We've worked hard for our money (as we all do) and never been able to afford a new car this is the newist. Please help, if you can . May I say thank you in advance for anything you can suggest which can help us. Yours Faithfuly Den Tietze

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Hi, inside the guards there is plastic tubing that runs from there to up near the front of your windscreen, a common problem is when these become blocked, u can usually wedge a coathanger wire up there to unblock it, if they are clear, door and windscreen rubbers can also have this affect, i hope this helps as it sounds like honda arent very good at helping.

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