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PostSubject: Re: Water accumulating in LOGAN   Wed May 05, 2010 4:21 pm

Let me check mine and see.
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PostSubject: Re: Water accumulating in LOGAN   Wed Jun 22, 2011 2:03 am

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I got my car serviced on saturday.

According to the service centre the problem is due to A/C vent pipe. It was half outside and half inside which was accumulating water near driver seat. I was further told that because of gallery provided for wiring the water travelled to rear seats also. They have repaired this A/C pipe, and extended it with additional pipe so that it never again jumps in the cabin. They have to dismental and re assemble the dashboard since the pipe is under it.
Got my car back on sunday evening.

Hope the problem is solved. The service was excellent. They were eager to listened to your problem, discussed the probeble cause with you. I don't understand why people are not happy with the service centre. "G3 Motors in Nerul, Navi Mumbai" is very professional.
About the milage they told that getting 8.5 to 9 km / lt is good. Eventually when they change the oil during second servicing the avarage will be 10.5 to 11 km / lt.

Makes sense..........


I have same problem in my Logan now. The area under drivers feet gets wet when AC is ON. When AC off it doesnot wet. It looks like as if some one has poured water inside. Everyday it will dry little during day in hot sun in my office and evening when I switch AC on it will become very wet. I guess some Logans have this issue and this is an inherent issue in Logan


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I have a friend who bought a logan 1.4 GLE. After few days of driving, he used to get foul smell inside the car. He drives the car in Recycle mode most of the time.

On a very sunny day, if the car is parked for sometime in the sun, he would see the inside of the car covered fully with mist. His instinct made him lift the mat to inspect. The cloth mat which covers the entire floor of the car was fully wet. I could see the water droplets if i tapped the fingers on the floor.

The car was fully stripped of the seats & cloth mat removed and dried at the authorised.

The smell was gone for a week and again it came back. This keeps repeating & finally he stopped using the car after filing a suit in the consumer court.

The reason given is, the A/C waste water removal hose/pipe was getting clogged for reason unknown & the reason remains unknown even to this day.

Inaddition to this, he has the problem of the dust. smoke and smell getting into the cabin even though the A/C is in recycle mode.

Mahindra engineers from Nashik visited to inspect the car, but went back fully confused.

Probably, You may please check the car for similar issues.
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PostSubject: Re: Water accumulating in LOGAN   Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:00 pm

Front side below the front windsheld washer container there is a rubber cap when water enter the portion it should open but due to dust and decayed leaves it was closed permenently . so i opened and cleaned it now it is ok. Pls check this portion if any one has problem of water logging in that particular area.
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PostSubject: Re: Water accumulating in LOGAN   Mon Jun 27, 2011 1:40 pm

Thanks for all the replies.

I dropped my car at the service center on Saturday and it seems this issue is cropping up in newer top end models of Logan diesel(But donno how come only top end models)

They told they have took apart all the seats and carpet and have kept for drying and they will take photographs of this issue and send to Mahindra as this issue has become very frequent in newer Logans.

I have not yet taken delivery of my car as they told it will take some days to fix this issue. So I am waiting...oh ho I am waiting..... Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Water accumulating in LOGAN   Mon Jun 27, 2011 2:35 pm

Please go through my post which can be a vaild reason specially if your parking your car under a tree.

http://mahindralogan.forumotion.com/t491-my-logan-filled-with-water-during-heavy-rains?highlight=water
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PostSubject: Re: Water accumulating in LOGAN   Thu Jun 30, 2011 8:53 pm

Took the delivery of my car today. But the problem still persists. They had ripped entire dashboard and took HVAC unit and had installed again. This took them some 5 days. But after I took delivery and drove for some 35 kms I still see the problem. I should again drop the car to service center Sad

I am remaining car-less again Sad

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PostSubject: Re: Water accumulating in LOGAN   Thu Jun 21, 2012 12:43 am

Well, I am the victim of this. Got it serviced. Now would check if it has really been fixed. However i would say this is something very sleazy. How can one build a car where AC water comes inside cabin due to some malfunctioning of some outlet.... Strange.
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PostSubject: Re: Water accumulating in LOGAN   Thu Jun 21, 2012 12:49 am

Check that leaves are not blocking the airinlet ! under the hood !
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PostSubject: Re: Water accumulating in LOGAN   Tue Nov 06, 2012 1:52 pm

Simple solution, every 6 months just clean the water outlets underneath the plastic mesh in the bonnet, it will ensure no water comes in the car, i do it myself, and get it done whenever the car is serviced.
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PostSubject: Re: Water accumulating in LOGAN   Tue Nov 06, 2012 3:31 pm

@Dushie, partly you are correct.
However when i got my problem repaired, it was discovered that the outlet tube was jammed because of dust. Now the outlet tube cleaning required them to remove the dashboard and perform repairs for which they took one full day.
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