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

I wouldn't advise siliconing a piece of rubber over the hole(s) behind
the speaker panel(s).  Sure it will work, but I used fiberglass on
mine instead.  I went to NAPA, picked up a fiberglass repair kit, and
covered the holes, then painted them black (I wanted it to look stock,
even though no one will see the repair).  In my mind, I think that
fiberglassing over them is going to be a more permanent repair than
gluing a piece of rubber over it, but I'm sure both do their job.

This was a pesky leak, and would soak the carpet in the storage
compartment, but I could only see just how much water was back there
when I removed the storage compartment carpet.  Covering the holes
also eliminated quite a bit of wind noise I could hear while driving.

Good luck,
-Patrick C.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Joey Morgan <jlm1701music@xxxx> wrote:
> Hmmmm, I have had my cubby box wet inside as well, not
> soaking wet, wet enough to cause concern. I am going
> to have to see if there is a hole in the body on mine
> as well. What did you do to close up the hole if
> anything??
> Joey
> #6297

> > speaker can be fixed by siliconeing a piece of
> > rubber over the hole.
> > 
> > Good luck
> > 
> > Mark V
> [very long quote trimmed by moderator]

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