[DML] Re: Original design purpose of hole under T panel?
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[DML] Re: Original design purpose of hole under T panel?

There's enough black silicone up there that water shouldn't be an
issue. I guess by the time they got to the upper 5000's DMC was
responding to your leakage issue. Would be a bigger pain trying to dig
all that silicone out than curiosity is worth. If my door lights ever
stop working I'll do it.

Brings up a good question though: who was responsible for designing
the interior lighting? I added two more dome lights (at the top of the
B pillars) and two footwell lights to bring mine up to standards. A
centrally located dome light would have been a great improvement over
the rather useless rear lever light.

T panel will indeed be reseated carefully. It's being replaced along
with my quarter panel (3 years later I am *FINALLY* replacing my
dented quarter panel -- decided it wouldn't be any fun to be banished
to the rear of the Fall tour).

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@...> wrote:
> That's where the plugs are for the wiring harness that connects to the
> doors. Remove the cover that's taped down and inspect inside. Make
> sure it is not full of water and all rusty inside. Retape the cover
> and replace the foam under the front underside of the Tee roof panel.
> Be sure to recenter the Tee roof so the doors don't hit it when fully
> open.
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757

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