The reason I asked whether this was a brand new car was to weed out the possibility of a wrecked dealer demonstrator model or a very low miles lease return that might also have suffered some body damage.
Thank you for posting the copies of those repair orders. There is something odd going on with this repair and at this point I have a lot of questions and no answers for you.
If this is a warranty repair then why is it being sent out as a sublet repair to this water doctor outfit, whoever they are? Warranty seal replacement, etc. should be an in-house repair. At least that's always been my experience.
They're no-charging you by all indications but someone has to be paying water doctor. It's highly unlikely (as in snowball in hxxx) the dealer is footing this bill and I see no way that Honda Motor Company is going to be on the hook for this; especially for 3 visits.
I could be dead wrong on this but the thought occurs to me that nothing at all may have ever been done amd there may be a certain amount of BS involved. This could lead to the problem snowballing, fingers being pointed, and everyone is clamming up as they revert to CYA mode. (CYA = cover your axx)
I've been involved in countless warranty repairs as tech, shop foreman, etc. and this one does not pass muster with me. Pardon me for not being more helpful but the methodogy behind this one doesn't make a lot of sense to me.