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    .....absolutely sopping wet, cant even put a bag or coat on the floors. Its only in the passenger sides. Any ideas? Ive read about the pollen filter maybe being the cause, can you help direct me to it in the engine bay?

    Its a signum 2.2 direct.

    thankyou

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    your scuttle tray is blocked

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    Water leaking in car fix -* VIDEO *-

    click here

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxOxr...1&feature=plcp

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    Another scuttle drain blocked by the sounds of it
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisvectra View Post
    Another scuttle drain blocked by the sounds of it
    i think its time for my thread to be used again

    Have you cleaned your scuttle tray recently

    i do reminders now and then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweeneyz View Post
    .....absolutely sopping wet, cant even put a bag or coat on the floors. Its only in the passenger sides. Any ideas? Ive read about the pollen filter maybe being the cause, can you help direct me to it in the engine bay?

    Its a signum 2.2 direct.

    thankyou
    have you had a look?

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    Pollen filter is the inlet for the water but it is a blocked plenum that's your problem, I had this exact issue so; lift bonnet, remove engine rubber passenger side, lift blanking plastic and push your fingers deep into the puddle your greeted with, you'll feel dirt, old leaves, twigs etc, either dig it out or push it through, now your problem is fixed bar for the need of a new pollen filter.

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