Re: [DML] Question: Hole in fiberglass that allows water leak in ECU are
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Re: [DML] Question: Hole in fiberglass that allows water leak in ECU area

Done, I fiberglassed both this weeked after I determine they were in 
fact the culprit holes.  Didn't know about the cracks, but I think 
I'm OK.  I didn't see much water damage, but did see that the driver
s side had leaked from the water marks.  I've at least taken care of 
the major source of leaks.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Jake Kamphoefner <jakekamp@...> wrote:
> Yep.  Those are the ones.  You can make short work of it by buying 
a fibreglass repair kit from the auto parts store and fibreglassing 
over them.  If you are crazy like me, you can even paint it black 
once the stuff dries.  No more leaks!
> The only other place in that area that I have seen leaks are the 
corners of the engine compartment just to the outer edges of where 
the hinges are.  Look for hairline cracks there (many cars have 
them).  I've seen a leak there before also, most easily fixed with 
fibreglass from the inside as well.
> Jake Kamphoefner
> 1063
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