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Possible, but not probable.(m) (archive)

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Posted by dudel on August 28, 2001 at 09:59:05:

In Reply to: Re: Heh! BTDT posted by Jesse on August 28, 2001 at 09:24:11:

There are a number of rubber plugs there. I have a hard time seeing how water would splash up there and get into those areas. Would not come from the hood (drain channels and seals).

Does this happen in the rain, or after going through a puddle? If a puddle, then check to see that you don't have a crack in the floorboards. I remember seeing a Z3 where the bottom was ripped open (on some shops lift) so that you could see the insulation! It was soaking wet. Have you taken the car for service recently? Was it on a lift? Have you lowered your car? Take a good look under the car.


Do you think it might be leaking by the firewall ??

Sorry, the only way to really, realy reseal it is to pull the windshield and reset it in new sealer.

I have a friend who swears by a liquid epoxy. He has a 50/50 record with it.


I'll double check for the BMW logo. If it has been replaced, what should I do ??? Is there a re-sealer ??? Thanks.

Has the windshield ever been replaced? (check

for BMW logo etched in your glass in the corner. If it was replaced, the seal is no longer sealing.


When it rained I found a puddle of water on the floor of the car right by the clutch and brake pedal. Any suggestions on what to look for ??

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