Re: [DML] Re: Leaking Seals...or something else?
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Re: [DML] Re: Leaking Seals...or something else?



First relocate your Inertia switch to the area near your hood release. 
This was a safety recall.

The rest of your leaks just use some Permatex Black RTV or some other 
type of all wether silicone to fix your leaks. The hole behind your 
speaker can be fixed by siliconeing a piece of rubber over the hole.

Good luck

Mark V



On Nov 29, 2005, at 3:43 PM, outatym2001 wrote:

> Glenn, and the group.
> I just posted three pictures in the 'Photos' section titled 'Water
> Leaks'.
> The pictures have words I added using Microsoft Paint.  Pretty easy
> once I figured out the correct size of text.
> The rain water should have not been able to enter the body and find
> its way into the interior.  The pictures are of the interior.  After
> taking the pictures I sealed up the leaks with McKanica Seam Sealer
> Black in a aerosol can.  The can is more in the shape of a tube with
> a nipple on the end for ease of applying the polyurethane based goop.
> Another leak I don't have a picture of is the bottom corner of the
> passenger door glass beside the side view mirror.  Water is allowed
> to puddle up there so I removed the TRIM PAD LOWER RH (110174) and
> the TRIM PAD 'A' POST RH (101876) and added more goop to the black
> goop already there holding the window in place.
> I too had my DeLorean sit outside before the mechanic could get to
> it.  It was parked nose down and the foot well on both the driver
> and passenger side had puddles of water.  The mechanic even
> suggested to maybe drill a hole in the bottom to let the water drain
> out.  Hell No!
>
> Mark R. Vanyo
> VIN 002261
>
>
>
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "jedimasterglenn"
> <jedimasterglenn@xxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I just discovered that water has somehow been getting into my D.
> The floors on both driver and passenger sides are soaked (I had it
> parked outside at my mechanic's for a couple weeks).  My immediate
> reaction is to blame the door seals.  They're old and are a bit worn
> in areas.  Before I rush out and buy a new seal kit, are there any
> other possible problem areas I should inspect?  The car hasn't been
> driven in the rain at all, so the water must be seaping in from the
> door seals or some other area that could let water run into the
> interior (I'm thinking the trunk maybe???).
>
> Thanks,
> Glenn
> 5391
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