Check and see, if the lining above the passenger is wet, or if it has water stains. If it does, you have a clogged moonroof drain.
Good luck, But I would still check out the drainage holes. There's 4 of them. Do this first, then pour water on the car, or go to the car wash and see if there's any leaks. I had a problem with my 2016 hrv ex. I took it to the dealer and they unclog it. The amount of water that I was getting, drove me crazy.Hi Eddie,
You were somewhat right. Took my HRV to Kingsway Honda this morning. The ran the diagnostics and said
the issue is failed it’s sunroof seal , the sunroof glass needs replacing. Honda quoted around $1500.
Not impressed and very disappointed, upset to say the least...
Trying to get help from Honda Canada, wish me luck...
Do you have a moonroof? If so, the drainage holes could be clogged. You could try unclogging it with a can of air, that you would use on your pc keyboard. As for the tailgate next time it happens, jiggle it to see if there is some play. If there is, do a quick sudden hard force down on it ,it should lock. I've had same issue with mine. Sometimes if you close it lightly, it will not close right. Hope you have no more problems.I've had these exact same issues on a 2021 HRV AWD Sport. Purchased from Honda Queensway. A year into owning it, the passenger side window would leak into the doorjamb, over the weather strip seal and water would pool in my passenger foot well. Honda Queensway has declined the issue as they can't replicate it. Turns out they were just blasting a power washer, which basically had all the water bounce off the car instead of actually spraying water to investigate the issue. I am 99% confident my car has this same issue () but Honda won't address it (under warranty).
Second, 2 month ago I was driving during a rainy evening and had the car detect the rear tailgate as open. Later, since the tailgate latch was glitching, the cars alarm would randomly go off. I also had to disconnect the battery overnight.
I am going to visit another dealership (Honda Downtown) to see if they can resolve these factory defects.