should be fixed under warranty I would think.I am having this problem as well with my 2012 Kia Sedona LX
I attempted to locate the problem using a garden hose and focusing the water on specific areas but I am not having much luck with this.
I suspect that its leaking from the top area of the rear door, either the antenna mount or perhaps the roof racks but this seems somewhat unlikely due to the volume of water entering the cargo area.
After about 30min of intermittent testing I managed to suck out nearly 2 cups of water from the floor area with my carpet cleaner.
I am planning on calling my dealer tomorrow but due to the difficulty I'm having finding the leak I suspect that this might be lengthy visit for them to isolate the problem.
I think I may have nailed this one.I have a 2009 Kia Sedona LX. We just had a torrential down pour for 2 days, and I have water pooling in the cargo area. Did anyone involved in this thread find the leak?
How was the problem fixed? Did the body shop repair it? I am having the same problem. My Sedona was rear ended and repaired back in July. There has been a leak ever since. I am hoping the body shop will still repair the problem.I think I may have nailed this one.
2 Years ago I was rear ended in my Sedona, and I was having leaking issues ever since - especially after heavy rainstorms. I went back to the body shop twice, but they couldn't find the problem.
I noticed water was coming in from two screw holes on the driver and passenger side where the wiring harness at the back wall clips in. They sealed the holes with silicone during my second visit.
I finally decided to pull the bumper cover off myself, and within 30 seconds I found the problem that eleuded them for 2 years. About 4" below the tail lights there is a ledge where 2 metal seems meet. On both sides there was a noticeable gap in the seam in the corner, that was right where water was flowing!
Greg:Use compressed air to blow out the sunroof drain hoses. That's the easiest way to clean them.