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jayy.cfg

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Leaky Roof .
« on: 08:27, Wed 26 August 2009 »
i have a small leak on the sunroof of my r5 gtt so i notice last nite aswell as on around the front window. whats the best way to amend this

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« Reply #1 on: 08:47, Wed 26 August 2009 »
Mastic the area  or the whole sunroof if possible.. & never open the sunroof again. lol
Front window, do you mean the windscreen ?

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« Reply #2 on: 08:48, Wed 26 August 2009 »
yeah i do mean w/screen. 2bh its nt the sunroof itself its the rubber surrounding.

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« Reply #3 on: 09:37, Wed 26 August 2009 »
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yeah i do mean w/screen. 2bh its nt the sunroof itself its the rubber surrounding.

Ahh... not as easy then :(

Try to find a windscreen guy & ask (bribe with cash) if he would do a pj on your screen & remove/refit or just seal it if it's an easy one...
I had an old screen nearly pop out once on one of my old GTT's.. you could near on push it out, lol. I found a windscreen chap & he refitted it for xx amount.. worth a try.

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« Reply #4 on: 10:04, Wed 26 August 2009 »
im sure it is but then i dont no, got in my 5 today and a wet patch on the seat from the leak above lol...

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« Reply #5 on: 23:06, Wed 26 August 2009 »
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Mastic the area  or the whole sunroof if possible.. & never open the sunroof again. lol


Yeah - see baby blue R5 gtt's thread, I bet he doesn't have any such problems! lol :lol:

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« Reply #6 on: 23:43, Wed 26 August 2009 »
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Mastic the area  or the whole sunroof if possible.. & never open the sunroof again. lol

Yeah - see baby blue R5 gtt's thread, I bet he doesn't have any such problems! lol :lol:


lmao

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« Reply #7 on: 01:35, Thu 27 August 2009 »
lol i see the picks for that i was thinking as i do wish to use it again, just replace the seals if u can

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« Reply #8 on: 21:30, Thu 27 August 2009 »
I had a similar problem where sumone had sat on it. the sunroofs are pretty hard to get hold of.Got a whole new roof fitted by chopping it off this and having all the welds drilled out and redone.


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« Reply #9 on: 23:23, Thu 27 August 2009 »
lmao dont mess about there lad !