Car Water Leak Found Video Index
A series of videos showing car water leaks we have found at New Again
Viewing videos 6 to 10 of 108.
Mazda MX5 2008 | Water Leak Found (part 4)
James shows the leaks from the scuttle area. There are two bolts which have a rubber washer which should seal them waterproof.Watch Video
Mazda MX5 2008 | Water Leak Found (part 3)
There are no surprises here, the door membranes are leaking. On a few cars the inner door membranes are moulded plastic panels, but on the vast majority of cars they are just a sheet of clear plastic held in place with a bead of heavy-duty sealant.Watch Video
Mazda MX5 2008 | Water Leak Found (part 2)
We suspected the rear light was leaking, this is possible if the rubber seal around it has perished. However, upon inspection we found that at some point this car has had some bodywork and holes have been drilled through the back of the panel and is ...Watch Video
Mazda MX5 2008 | Water Leak Found (part 1)
In this video, James is going to show the drainage system for the hard-top convertible version of the MX5. This illustrates how it is supposed to work, how the pipes have become disconnected, and where the drainage holes are and how blocked they get.Watch Video
Citroën DS3 2016 | Water Leak Detection
This Citroen DS3 came to us with wet carpets on the front. We were eventually able to track down the problem to water leaking through the bulkhead via the air-conditioning unit.Watch Video
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