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Leaking hard top

Paul Vahey

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HAs anyone had any problems with leaking hard tops from the top front corner above the drivers head? I have checked the seals and they look OK but obviously dont work as designed. The drips come down onto the electric seat buttons so we know where that will end up!

Mawbe removing and refitting the roof may help?

Any ideas much appreciated!


Migration info. Legacy thread was 97554
 
Never had that problem with mine. I would try re-fitting with some silicone spray or even a bit of vaseline.

Where about are you Paul - I work in Twigworth?


Migration info. Legacy thread was 97556
 
I've not had that problem, maybe taking off and putting back will solve......

Migration info. Legacy thread was 97557
 
We have a hse between Cirencester and Stroud off the A419.

Will try the vaseline as there cant be much of a gap and let you know.


Migration info. Legacy thread was 97566
 
Wont carrying Vaseline in a cab just reinforce peoples opinion of 911 Cab driving owners ????

:wink:


Migration info. Legacy thread was 97567
 
Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Fuchs on 05 December 2006

Wont carrying Vaseline in a cab just reinforce peoples opinion of 911 Cab driving owners ????

:wink:
Remember it was Chris that suggested that, not me :wink:

Migration info. Legacy thread was 97570
 
I think you are tarred with the same brush now............... :wink:

Migration info. Legacy thread was 97572
 
Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Paul Vahey on 05 December 2006

We have a hse between Cirencester and Stroud off the A419.

Will try the vaseline as there cant be much of a gap and let you know.
We have a park in Cirencester as well, so I am up and down the 419 a lot - nice part of the world.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 97580
 
Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Fuchs on 05 December 2006

Wont carrying Vaseline in a cab just reinforce peoples opinion of 911 Cab driving owners ????

:wink:
What - that we are sports gods and play a lot of rubgy? :?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 97581
 
Damn! I have just re read my post and it really doesnt read very well...

And without pouring too much fuel on this fire; If we ever meet, you will see for yourself that it would take more than a light application of vaseline :eek:


Migration info. Legacy thread was 97613
 
Paul did you get your leak fixed? Mine does exactly the same thing. What did you try in your attempts to fix?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 126974
 
Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Wurls on 22 March 2007

Paul did you get your leak fixed? Mine does exactly the same thing. What did you try in your attempts to fix?
Super Glue..

No, I am sure someone will be along soon to update you.

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Migration info. Legacy thread was 126976
 
leaking hard top

I fitted mine using silicone sealer on both front corners, this worked last year but this year still I got the drip and wet carpets!
 

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