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Old 07-03-2006, 02:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Water Leak - Trunk :confused:

Hey all. Thanks in advance for the help. I have a '97 M3 with a sunroof. I seem to be getting a lot of water in the trunk when it rains. I have done a little looking around and don't see anything obvious. Before I get to tearing the car apart, is there somewhere or something specific I should be looking for? It doesn't appear to be a bad trunk seal. I have also heard that the drains for the sun roof run through (or near) the trunk, so I don't know if that is leaking or not. Any help would be great!

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has nothing to do with your sunroof. I had the problem when I first bought the car... but it just kind of went away on its own. check the rubber that surrounds the trunk.
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Hmmm.. Ok, I will keep an eye on it... Anyone else?
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Not a good seal in the tail lights perhaps? Have you replaced them?

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Hmm. Hadn't thought of that. I will have to check them out.
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