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My JETTA leaks!!!!????!!!!!

I have a 2002 Jetta 1.8T and when it rains, my jetta leaks in the corner underneath the glove compartment box by my passenger door and drips on my passenger side floor board. I have no idea where its comin from I am thinkin maybe it is something wrong with my windshield on the exterior of my car. We had alot of rain the other day and I had a puddle on the floor board. Can anybody please HELP ME OUT???????[/b]
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Do you have a sunroof? It could be a drain is clogged.

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or if the wind sheild has ever been replaced that could be it too
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Do you have a sunroof? It could be a drain is clogged.
most likely this. it seems whenever there is a puddle in the passenger footwell, a clogged sunroof drain is at fault.

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I am new here and my friend has a jetta and she wants me to take care of it.. her car also has the wet floor problem and i think its the sunroof drain. can someone tell me where it drains to (i know passenger side somewhere) or an easy fix for it? I only have engine experience with jetta's so anything else is new to me. Thanks
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Yea my buddy was talking about this that works at victory vw. he was saying it happens all the time. what they are doing is taking the drain cock and cutting the little nipple off at the end, where it backs up. the drain cock i beleive is in on both front door jams, near the hinges. hope this helps.

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Haha, on this topic, my rear-right roof leaks somewhere around the hatch and leaves a nice waterstain. I probably aught to resolve that sometime soon.


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