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Old 03-02-2010, 01:14 AM   #1
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water leak

hey u guys know how too take off the plastics in the car cause my drainal tube is clogged in my integra dc2 i cant seem too find teh screws
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thanks but do ihave too take out the speakers and the rear seats too?
when i do this do i have too pull the tube out and clean it?
heres where teh water are
both driver and passenger side trunk and theres a little puddle where the white sponge is

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Do you mean the drain tubes for the sunroof? I find when sunroof drain clogs up, water usually backs up, spills over your head as you drive rather than getting the trunk area wet
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Do you mean the drain tubes for the sunroof? I find when sunroof drain clogs up, water usually backs up, spills over your head as you drive rather than getting the trunk area wet
yea i have it covered so it doesn't drip down and my trunk gets wet
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You have to take the seats out for sure to remove that panel. Are you sure it's the tubes? Maybe its the tail light gasket.
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i was thinking tail light gaskets too
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i think its both look at my front window i have too wipe it down -__- and my sunroof drips water i have the cover too cover it o and its inside my car
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those last two pictures aren't necessarily because theres a leak in that location but because of the leak from the trunk.

damp interior causes the condensation to form on the glass in the pictures above.
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my taillight gasket are dry not even wet
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Have you tried using an air compressor to unclog the tubes? Worked like a charm for me in a few of my old cars...
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