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Dear All,
I thought it somewhat odd to have water drip from the central ceiling light - doubly so because I don't have a sunroof. Slipped it out and crikey, all that condensation. if that's across the entire roof its half a litre or so of water sitting, or not, in the cavity. Has anyone else ever seen anything like it? The car parked outside at the moment so presumbaly this is a meteorological thing.
Any thoughts on what if anything I can do about it? A car hood?

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To get that much condensation, your car must be very damp inside. Is it wet in the footwells? I would suspect rain is getting in through the bulkhead, roof joins or similar and when it sits outside in the sun it vaporises before condensing on the cold roof. Any damp patches on the headlining anywhere which would suggest a leak around the screen? Do the windows steam up when it is parked in the sun?

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Gilbertd wrote:

To get that much condensation, your car must be very damp inside. Is it wet in the footwells? I would suspect rain is getting in through the bulkhead, roof joins or similar and when it sits outside in the sun it vaporises before condensing on the cold roof. Any damp patches on the headlining anywhere which would suggest a leak around the screen? Do the windows steam up when it is parked in the sun?

No but I have been running it for several months without the sealing trim at the bottom of the windscreen. Oops. Suddenly looking a bit sheepish.

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