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Hi I have a Golf 1.6 se 2003.The boot is leaking (clean water) Any suggestions. Thanks Phil

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That just may be the water condensation from your A/C evaporator, that is a good thing which means that water forming is exiting to the outside and not the inside cabin area. Good luck and hope this helps.

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