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Old 29 Sep 2008, 03:44 am
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Default Leak on passenger side front

'03 Accord EX with 4 Cly\5Spd

Leak is below the the glove box, seems to saturate the lining under the the carpet. This lining is the rubber topped lining that is directly over the floor pan\lower firewall. There are drips coming from a screw that comes through the firewall\pan rubber liner.

Been able to confirm this is NOT from the heater core. If it was, we would be getting antifreeze\coolant and not water. This is plain water.

This has me baffled.
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