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| Originally posted by ghannanlt1@Apr 30 2005, 06:05 PM |
I put the hose on the car and think I may have found the problem. The crome trim (and rain gutter) around the door has a thin strip of rubber between it and the car. Mine has started to crack and come out. Water just gets right past it and into the car. I hope this helps anyone with this problem.
| Originally posted by ghannanlt1@May 3 2005, 01:54 PM |
As for the air bag in the door, try pulling the fuse instead. That is a pretty safe way to avoid an accidental deployment. They are located inside the glove box (up top). Instead of "sticky stuff", try using a black silicone. It is available in automotive stores and they have precision tips so you can avoid the mess.
Originally Posted by crackhead944s
I find it hard to believe that water is supposed to get in there in the first place.
|I ordered a new trim strip for $20 at the dealer and hope that it stops the leaking.|
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