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Old 03 Jan 2005, 10:34 am
Larry B
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Default 95 Odyssey Door Leak

Hi, I am getting rain leakage on the driver's side floor via the threshold.
That is, when raining (with car still or moving) water comes in on top of
the threshold and rolls down to the carpet. What a mess!!

Gaskets look fine.

Anyone with experience with this kind of problem? Thanks, Lar




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Old 03 Jan 2005, 11:06 am
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Default Re: 95 Odyssey Door Leak

Larry B wrote:
> Hi, I am getting rain leakage on the driver's side floor via the threshold.
> That is, when raining (with car still or moving) water comes in on top of
> the threshold and rolls down to the carpet. What a mess!!
>
> Gaskets look fine.
>
> Anyone with experience with this kind of problem? Thanks, Lar



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Do you have a sunroof in your Odyssey, and if so, have you ever flushed
out the drain hoses and the T connections?

'Curly'


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Old 03 Jan 2005, 07:43 pm
Larry B.
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"motsco_ _" <"motsco_ _"@interbaun.com> wrote in message
news:41D97B8F.1050809@interbaun.com...
> Larry B wrote:
>> Hi, I am getting rain leakage on the driver's side floor via the
>> threshold.
>> That is, when raining (with car still or moving) water comes in on top of
>> the threshold and rolls down to the carpet. What a mess!!
>>
>> Gaskets look fine.
>>
>> Anyone with experience with this kind of problem? Thanks, Lar

>
>
> ---------------------
>
> Do you have a sunroof in your Odyssey, and if so, have you ever flushed
> out the drain hoses and the T connections?
>
> 'Curly'


Hey Curly, no sunroof. The inside panel of the door is dry. When I open
the door there is a lot of water on the plastic threshold and carpet. No
where else. I checked the drains for the door (3 little square openings) and
they are clear.

L.A. has had a pretty interesting winter. Quite wet and the car was dry
until just a couple of days ago. I thought maybe a twig got stuck somewhere
but saw none.

I have a theory. The area of the car where the door seals hit along the top
is wet too. I wonder if it is leaking on top, running down the door between
the inner and outer seals, pilling up at the bottom and eventually
overwhelming the seal and leaking out onto the threshold.


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Old 03 Jan 2005, 10:06 pm
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Default Pimp my Odyssey

Okay, here in beautiful Austin, Texas, I just saw a Honda Odyssey,
white, with spinner rims.

I guess that fad is now officially over.


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Old 07 Jan 2005, 08:59 pm
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Default Re: Pimp my Odyssey


Check out the stuff that folks are doing in the Gallery Section of
www.odyclub.com.




On Tue, 04 Jan 2005 04:06:22 GMT, Elliot Richmond
<xmrichmond@xaustin.xrr.xcom> wrotf:

>Okay, here in beautiful Austin, Texas, I just saw a Honda Odyssey,
>white, with spinner rims.
>
>I guess that fad is now officially over.
>
>
>Elliot Richmond
>Freelance Science Writer and Editor


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