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As the subject clearly states ... I screwed up

Now I have water leaking into the insided pocket! :oops:

Apparently wates IS expected to filter through the window seal, through the door and out through the bottom drain holes... Now obviously... That aint happening... Water is filtering in, hitting the mutilated water shield above the speaker and dripping inside the car...

Any suggestions besides hacking my hands off?
 

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Re: Screwed up and cut off speaker weather shields inside do

Alonso225 said:
As the subject clearly states ... I screwed up

Now I have water leaking into the insided pocket! :oops:

Apparently wates IS expected to filter through the window seal, through the door and out through the bottom drain holes... Now obviously... That aint happening... Water is filtering in, hitting the mutilated water shield above the speaker and dripping inside the car...

Any suggestions besides hacking my hands off?
ooopps :?
 
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jonseal said:
good old silicone!
I read the thread meganesowenersclub about the problem and how silicone would be a solution to stop water "ingress"... but that does not solve the problem of water hitting the speaker from inside and getting it wet right? I mean, not a biggie with the Alpine (shite)E-Series I currently have installed in the doors... only 25 quid... but when upgrading to 250 quid Focal 130V slims.... I wouldnt be so laid back about it...

Any suggestions... does anybody has the link to the thread that addressed this issue Please???
 

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Get some fibre glass and past it on, sand it down and it'll be like new.
 
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shinyautos.com said:
Get some fibre glass and past it on, sand it down and it'll be like new.
Without dismantling the door trim? Wonder if there's a simpler alternative... Ive never worked with glass fibre before...
 

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It should be easy to take the door card off mate to get to that trim.


A little bit of fibre glassing you should be ok with,

Doesn't need to look good, as its hidden! :wink:
 
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