Water can enter a vehicle in many areas like the windshield seal, back glass seal, door seals, body seams, tail light lens gaskets, etc... Pinpointing the point of entry is the most difficult part of diagnosing a water leak.
I have water inside of the trunk liner whenever I wash my car. Where could that possibly be coming from?
After I spray water on my windshield or after I carwash it there's no leak inside my dashboard, but when I drive it and take a sharp turn some water leaks under my dash on the passenger side floor like there's a container overflowing. How can I find out from where the water is leaking?
I have a 2010 Cobalt and every time it rains, water gets in on the driver side right above where the diagnostic plug is and over the footrest next to the brake. What could be leaking?
I have water on the passenger floor of my 2011 Hyundai Sonata. Could this be a clogged drain in the sunroof?
I have a leak at my pillars, by the windshield. It happens more so on the passenger side and my floorboard on the passenger side is wet. What could be causing this?
99 Civic EX, leaks inside right rear side, where should I start?
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