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Hi,empty the boot,check for eney plugs or holes if none, shut tailgate and get a hose-pipe and shower the car round the top part of the tailgate,quickly wipe off exess wateropen tailgate and see if there has been eney water getting in,if not open tailgate and carfuly so as not to let water go over into the boot turn the hose on to the lamp lenses where the sills are and see if water enter through them if not try be hind the petrol-flap, my moneys on the tailgate sill.hope this helps
Try disconnecting the battery cable for a few minutes, this should clear the memory. If it still comes on, sounds like you have a coolant issue such as not circulating good. You could also have a overflow cap going bad. The cap will cause more trouble than what you would expect. Good Luck
Hi, You may have a defective ignition coil or a glooged fuel filter and/or fuel pump. it is hard for me to say at this point. What is the fuel pressure? Are there any trouble codes pulled from the PCM?
The Coolant Sensor is inside coolant bottle; in this models is common ths message failed; clean the plug and reset your ECU alarms, if the message come on again, replace your coolant sensor. And, really, one message about a bad sensor/signal is one bad work engine.
This is kind of tricky. OK let's start, you have to crawl into the rear
hatch area from the inside of the car. You'll have to pull the rear
panel off the hatch, a screwdriver between the panel and hatch near the
window will work. There might be 2 screws on the panel you could take
out. The trick is to pull the panel far away enough to stick your arm
down towards the latch and release it by hand. We did this at the
dealer all the time.