'91 Integra water under rear sdeat

OK where's it getting in? My 10 yr old says her butt is getting wet on one side of the rear seat. I now believe her. We think we hear it sloshing around. Car sits outside and it has been raining. I guess I'll
have to remove the seat and look...Don't see any obvious trails inside the car.
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notorious on many models. If the trunk is wet, run a hose around the taillights on the outside and see if water comes into the trunk. Replacing the seals is the solution in that case.
Mike
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thanks Mike, something to check when I get home (if it ain't freezing).
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I have a 90 Integra LS, hatchback with same prob. I removed the spare tire & there is water sloshing around in the tire cavity where it normally goes.
When you stop, some water must move forward like a tidal wave soaking the backseat carpet & seat.
I have not had time to track down where it is coming from but there is no rust where the spare is normally put so it must be coming in from around where the hatchback connects to the body. Or can it seep in from around the taillights?
I will post more IF I find something intelligent.
d2c in Canada
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There is a small drainage hole in the well near the storage spot for the jack. Make sure this is clear so that at least the water won't accumulate. If that seems clear then also look under the car at the same spot. I think there are two holes there.
I had read that the drain hoses for the sun roof might be the problem, but I checked mine and they seem ok. I still have to check the tail lights. As water drains down the seam of the hatchback it passes over the tail light seals so that could easily be a source of water.
--Art

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Just a thought, but have you checked the seal around the moonroof and/or top of the hatch (3rd) door? Water could be working its way through and making the seat wet. Just thoughts.

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I just got back from vacation (walked on a sunny beach Monday, cleaned snow off my car today) and remembered getting the car washed recently and so wherever it was getting in, a lot more got in then. Been driving it, but moving snow off the windshield this morn was more important than checking the spare tire well. Hell that hatch is full of sailing gear including a jib sail. My boat is still at the lake and was supposed to be moved Oct.17. I moved it, but it's still at the lake. Lotsa sh*t needs doing. Maybe the water will freeze and hold 'til spring......
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