What is causing the problem? Sunroof and windows are properly closed. Could it be that the drainage pipes got blocked or crimped due to age? I can’t find diagrams on line that will help me clean them.
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2004 Volkswagen Jetta Question: Water is accumulating under carpets on drivers side of car after rain.
Answer #1Greg's Orange Auto (11005 Answers) , Orange, CA - (714) 482-6185globalhelper December 27, 2012, 06:32Master
you could have a bad windshield seal or like you say plugged lines.remove frt grill under wiper arms and ck drains
Replyrenata, December 27, 2012, 09:59Rookie
Windshield seal looks ok. Any suggestions how to remove the debris from drains?
Answer #2Portola Valley Garage (17 Answers) , Portola Valley, CA - (650) 375-2441tramies December 27, 2012, 07:21Enthusiast
Cowl drains are plugged....Remove wipers and plastic cowl cover...It is probably packed up with leaves.
Has the windshield ever been replaced?
Replyrenata, December 27, 2012, 09:55Rookie
Windshield is original. I will tray removing wipers and plastic cowl cover. Do you know of a link to schematics to help me do that? Since I am not a mechanic, it would greatly improve my chances of success.
Replytramies, December 27, 2012, 10:08Enthusiast
It is easy to do....My repair info does not show how to take it apart
See http://www.justanswer.com/vw-volkswagen/4wcll-passat-http... Try googling "vw plugged cowl drains: