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Old 01 Dec 2009, 12:01 pm
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Default 2007 accord wet carpet?

I was driving my car and i parked up to fix my rear passanger side mat and noticed a wet carpet, i did the water hose test no leak i ran the a/c no leak it was dry after i dryed it and wasnt wet anymore? Where can this problem be coming from in a 2007 accord se with no sunroof and it has 48k, i tryed all test what can it be?? i tryed sitting it in and chekced bottom and checked all everything is perfect i wonder?
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Old 01 Dec 2009, 12:16 pm
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maybe someone spilled something and did not want to tell you; or your heater core is going bad
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Old 01 Dec 2009, 12:31 pm
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The most common leak location for rear mats (when there is no sunroof) is the gasket around the tail lights. They can leak intermittently, but try to catch one in the act with a hose. Otherwise you can change out the tail light gaskets pretty cheaply if you do it yourself.
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