i think it is mate, as when i checked my other doors the seal that usually goes has not gone , so i followed the water to the drain holes on the door rubbers, also the 2 rubbers under the door that hit the seal must push the water out thinking you have a water seal issue,So a little water around the rubber seal that goes round the door aperture is normal?
this is what i got http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Butyl-Tap...705?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item2c5e0f10f1Would this be suitable?
Sorry for another stupid post!
Haha yes I took the backing paper off. My assistant was feeding the sealant to me minus the backing paper and I was feeding it into the channel where the old vag seal was.Can i ask what size butyl sealant strip you used when you replaced yours?
I gave the carrier panel and door a good wipe round with thinners to remove all the crud that was left.
Did you take the backing paper off as you went round the panel or after you had got it into position?
Did the sub you fitted look anything like this?alright, I was wondering if anyone could give me some help. I've got a seat ibiza sport and there is a major leak behind the passenger seat. its a 3 door car. There is not leak anywhere else in the car.
Ive had the back seats and carpet up and cant find any leak. Its got me stumped but i had a sub fitted a few months ago and think thats the issue. If anyone can help me it would be much appreciated.