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I have water getting into the rear passenger well tried clearing under battery housing but it still seems to get in

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    i will have a look at that and see what comes about

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Probably it comes from your sealing-wax, where are two small pipes that go down and you have to clean them with any long petty thing. I had the same problem and i solved it like that.

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