Question about 2000 Mazda 626
Easiest way to figure it out, toss a friend in the trunk with a flashlight and grab a hose.
Pour all around the seal with the trunk closed, wouldn't surprise me if it's worn or falling off considering you're having trouble closing the trunk as well.
Do the same for all the doors, sunroof if you have and windshield .
Those seals normally aren't hard to replace and an easy way to make sure the new ones don't leak is to grease them before winters, some white grease works well, not the prettiest thing but it keeps the rubber from freezing and cracking.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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