Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
It's going to sound silly, but the best way to find a leak like that is to have someone lock you inside the trunk (boot) and while you are in there have them shine a strong light around the perimeter. Wherever you can see the light, the gasket is leaking. Sometimes you can adjust the hinges down a bit, other times you need to replace the gasket or fatten it up a bit by inserting a piece of rubber tubing into it.
Don't close yourself in there unless you have someone you trust outside or you may spend a really long time waiting for someone to come along to let you out though!
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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