naki_k wrote:In one pic there you can see water sitting inside the plenum chamber. You need to remove the Duck bill/ rubber baffle that sits below the wiper motor housing. Hard to see with so much gibbons on the way, but remove the battery to allow better access.
If that doesn't work, you may need to remove the wings to loom for rust holes behind them. All the water that flows down the roof gutter goes under the wings and can rust through, hidden from view.
Use the search box on here, there's loads of threads on this subject.
cedriccools wrote:...can't find a frontscreen rubber...
pimgmx wrote:cedriccools wrote:...can't find a frontscreen rubber...
If you remove the rubber carefully it can be reused.
The windscreen is bonded in, not held in place by the rubber.
I know this is the case for later MYs (my windscreen has been out for a new headlining, we reused the rubber when it went back in), can someone with more knowledge of the older model years confirm this?
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