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anyone ever have water - moisture inside your vehicle - on the windshield?

I did for the first time. It wasn't on the dash at all, just on the lower portion of my windshield, and I can't explain it. Temp changes?

anyone every had this happen, or do I need to speak with honda?

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c'mon now...... no one has an opinion or experience?
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bad seal around the windshield...
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I've had that a few times when the temp changed and humidity did stuff. As long as it's only once in a while...you'll be fine. As long as it's just moisture.
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http://www.7thgencivic.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=168924

so back to this thread posted by me? Others said they had the same issues. Are they all about to see leaking as well?
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that seal is probably letting in just enough humidity to be visible with the temperature changes.
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Well the car isn't really air tight. I mean outside air can easily get in, just by opening the door. Try running the AC for a while on the freeway, then go home and quickly shut the door. See if it still does it.
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Windshield seal. Mine does the same thing, especially if it rains all day.
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Re: water inside car - windshield help

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anyone ever have water - moisture inside your vehicle - on the windshield?

I did for the first time. It wasn't on the dash at all, just on the lower portion of my windshield, and I can't explain it. Temp changes?

anyone every had this happen, or do I need to speak with honda?
Ever source that leak? I realize this thread is ancient. The moisture on inside of windshield was water evaporating from the leak and depositing itself on the windshield. That's what cued me to my leak and can't find where it's coming from. Removed fender, used almost a tube of seam sealer in multiple places inside and out and poured water all around the area and no leak. Let it sit in the rain and it leaks. Even put brand new cowls on it and still leaks. Driving me nuts!
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