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2000 Acura Integra GS Passenger Floor wet

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  • #955173
    Jack Green
    Jack Green
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    Hello, my passenger floor has been wet since January. I know rain gets in through the blower motor of earlier integras, but that doesn’t seem to be the exact issue here. I have considered a clogged A/C drain, but I haven’t had my A/C on since October. I think water may be getting in some other way. I looked at other forums that referenced a leaking sunroof but did not go into detail about where water would come in if that were the case. I also read about a leaking heater core, but I do not think that is the problem either since I have full coolant and my heat is on a lot.
    I am hoping to find the source of this leak.
    Thanks

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  • #955176
    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    Just a thought… check to see if the cowl drain is clogged.
    Might also check for possible rust holes in the general area where it is wet.

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    Jack Green
    Jack Green
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    Where is the cowl drain? Is it on the passenger side? I actually took the cowl off already. It looks like theres an area where water might be directed, but it just looks like an opening to the fender. Is that what you are talking about?

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    Jack Green
    Jack Green
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    It looks clear from the top, I’m not sure where it comes out though.

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    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    Not sure how your specific vehicle is designed to drain the cowling area.
    Some have a channel to direct the water out, some have drain tubes located at the lowest point, some have a passageway inbetween the firewall.
    Might try filling the cowl up with a pitcher of water and watch were it drains to and exists.
    If you see a restricked or no flow out of the car it is clogged.

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