Car Water Leak Found Video Index
A series of videos showing car water leaks we have found at New Again
Viewing videos 1 to 5 of 7 tagged with #RenaultClio.
Renault Clio 2004 | water leak detection
Leaking door membranes are a common problem on cars this age. They age and perish and let water leak in. However, on this car they seem to be leaking from where the speakers are so it's possible that at some point an audio technician has upgrades the ...Watch Video
Renault Clio | Water Leak Found | Scuttle
We have seen a lot of these down the years. There is a trough in front of the bulkhead under the 'scuttle' which is the plastic panel just under the windscreen.Watch Video
Renault Clio 2008 | Water Leak found | Bulkhead and Scuttle
One of the drainage holes on the scuttle area was blocked leading it to fill up with water. From here it can slop around and go in different directions depending which direction the car is movingWatch Video
Renault Clio 2008 | Water leaks found | Sunroof and Vents
This car had blocked sunroof drainage holes, blocked on both sides which often causes problems as the water can then run down from the roof, but as there doesn't seem to be much water on the passenger side this doesn't seem to be the main culprit.Watch Video
Renault Clio 2005 | leaking hatchback grommets
Another common issue on the Renault Clio is the rear grommets next to rear lights which perish and then allow water to ingress into the boot of the car.Watch Video
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