Q: Water dripping on my feet and the passenger side 2011 Honda Pilot

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When it rains water drips on the driver side and passanger side feet

My car has 100000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello. If the vehicle has a sun roof then it more than likely has a clogged drain. If there is a clog then the water will enter the vehicle. If it does not then there may be a problem within ther body that is causing water to get in. You should have a body shop check this out.

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