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    confused Water leak in boot

    I'm getting water into my boot - it's dripping down onto where the first aid kit should be. I've checked the rear light seals & it's def not them - the roof lining's dry so I don't think it's the arial. The only thing I can think that it could be is the rear quarter window. I was wondering if anyone else has had this problem? It's doin my nut in!!!

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    alot of people has had this prob mate. just tighten window up.

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    Any idea how I tighten the window Silver?

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    remove the rear pillar trim ( carefully as CANBUS wiring runs down the inside of it) and you can access the nylon clamping nuts..

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    Thanks for the info - will give it a go at the weekend.

    Craig

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    A bad camera phone picture of how much to take off to get to the window nuts..




    and a bad picture of a 'nut' badly taking a window out.....

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    Cheers - you're a top man!

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    Why is he wearing a Richard Nixon mask

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