Water filling inside of the door panels

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Here in Florida the rain has been heavy with the tropical storm alerts. A couple weeks ago I somehow triggered the windows down on the key fob during a hard rain and was able to catch it fast enough that there wasn't any damage, but a day later go to drive and can hear water sloshing around in one of the doors.

The only door affected is the back right passenger side. I figured it was because of my key screw up but yesterday I realized this isn't the case.
Somehow water is getting in through the window seams and into the door itself. I was wondering if anyone had any actual ideas as to why/how?

I'll probably have it checked when I go back to the dealership for the fuel pump recall.

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There's supposed to be drainage holes in the door, yours are probably clogged up
 

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This actually happened to me also, but on my left passenger door. I thought at first it was the fuel cap, but when I pulled over, I shook the door. I just slightly pulled the rubber seal that's glued to the door panel and water exited out of the drain passage. Lot of gunk when I trailed my finger along the rubber seal.

Honda Civic 10th gen Water filling inside of the door panels IMG_20210715_202109


Honda Civic 10th gen Water filling inside of the door panels IMG_20210715_201954


Honda Civic 10th gen Water filling inside of the door panels IMG_20210715_201201


Honda Civic 10th gen Water filling inside of the door panels IMG_20210715_201127
 


 


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