Well... on my long roadtrip, I was pretty fortunate with the weather until I hit western Texas and ran into a major storm.
TripleBlack_NJ said:My top leaks too.
It has been raining on and off for almost a week here in New Jersey. First few days were no problem but now my cloth door inserts have "perma-moist".
I'm 99% sure the leak is at the fore and aft latch points. The point were the pins insert into the car. My Mk1 MR2 T-tops leaked at the same place.
I think the only solution is the Elemental Shower Cap from Sector111.com
Does anyone know if the hardtop leaks?
Mine is Touring. You can also see a gap up there from the outside right above the pivot pin thing.Steve W said:I have the touring top. Maybe the regular top comes with leaks. Which do you have?
I read quite a few posts on SELOC that described the same symptoms. Most were cured by having the dealer adjust the window level and/or hight. The wind may be blowing the water to a spot where the window is out of alignment with the seal.Randy Chase said:So... any thoughts? This does not seem to have anything to do with the seal on the window.
This one may be a different problem. A few cars have such a good seal from the rubber sealing strip round the door opening that water collects between the door and the sill an eventually overflows. The easiest way to see this is if when you open the door after rain a load of water that had been held in by the seal flows out onto your feet.wallabyguy said:My car is leaking water through the door (from god knows where and releasing through the inside finish panel) and leaving a puddle of water on the upper sill in anything above a mild rain. I had it looked at during my 1000 mile service and the dealer called it a roof adjustment issue. Well 1 week later, still leaking. It's not getting me wet but I'm worried about a short in the power window assmebly.