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    Unhappy still water in boot

    i replaced the ariel rubber yesterday and even put some silicon round aswell and just been out to check the boot and still water getting in i can see it in the usual bit just above the fuse box any body know where elce to check before i go daft and seal everything in sight

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    Rear quarter glass seal.

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    thanks for that is the rear quarter glass easy to remove to reseal it or is it bonded in to the car

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    Can also be the rivet housing for the roof bar runner. Those have a rubber seal round the rivet which perishes.

    Rear quarter glasses are just bolted in, remove the inner trim and you'll see the bolts.
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    sure there is a thread on someone checking and sealing all the usual suspects

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