Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2000 17:00:38 GMT
From: macmahonnopsamther.net (Rob MacMahon)
Subject: Re: Trunk Leak Was a Flood!


On Sun, 20 Feb 2000 08:52:58 +0100, "G.L. Lammers" <a-g-lammersnopsamet.nl> wrote: >Jim LeMaster wrote in message ... >> When I raised the cover of the trunk there was about 4 inches of water >>down where the spare is. This is gettin' serious. I unplugged the two >little >>drains, let it empty and dried everything off and put it back. The thing I >>need to know is where the deuce is it coming in? The inside of the trunk >>isn't wet, just down below. I still don't think it's the rubber strip >around >>the trunk. Can someone help please... or should I start collecting two of >>each animal in my neighborhood and start looking for gopher wood and a I have had a similar problem with my 89 900. It was actually the seal around the rear window. I used a surgical probe ( smooth tippped device etc..) to lift the edge and spray it out with canned air then left a nice dollop of lithium silicon lubricant inside the seal. Make sure you wipe off any that gets on the paint and do the whole seal, not just the bottom. Worked like a charm for me. Rob

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