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Old 5th October 2009, 01:33   #1
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Default Matiz water leak in car

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I have noticed water on the floor of front passenger seat and rear seats and i think it is leaking because of the AC. I cudn't see from where the water was leaking. All the floor mats get wet and it starts stinking. help me.
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Old 5th October 2009, 09:12   #2
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Left hand side, below the glove box, you will find a rubber tube fitted into a metal tube. Check if it has come off, that is the cause for the AC water to flow inside.
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Also during rainy season water leaks into Matiz through the roof antenna.
As the antennas age and the gap between it and the roof becomes more, this happens. The water drops fall onto the gear-lever leather casing and depending on the position of the gear, sometimes flows to the front passenger side or onto the cup holder.
This can be rectified easily by using a new rubber washer for the antenna.
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