Question about Renault Sport
If water is getting through the door seal, the only thing you can do is replacing the door seal.
In some case the fault is caused by a door problem, in that case fixing is more complicate, as you will have a structure problem.
Far more often, the seal is worn or damaged, and the water will slip through.
Unfortunately there is no other solution than replacing the door seal. Using sylicon paste or similar will not be a good solution. It will still allow leaks, and the clumsy repair will be visible to purchaser.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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