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Plastic windscreen well/drain unclipped and leaking


First post - looks a great forum - thanks to all those that help.

I have scoured the forums, but can't find an answer to my problem, sorry.

I have a 2006 Megane 5 dr 1.5dci. Whilst washing the car today, I have only just noticed that the plastic trim at the bottom of the windscreen has come away, leaving a gaping hole for water to get in. It can only have happened as the floor has never previously been wet until this afternoon when washing!!

I can see a white sort of clip that I assume needs to clip onto the bodywork - I have tried and tried, and can't fatham out how to do it, or achieve it. Am I doing it wrong?? When looking at the driver side the plastic is flush to the windscreen. On the passenger side where the problem is, the plastic is raised about an inch!!

Please can anyone help? Thanks
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Hello & Welcome to the Forums Shuggythebear.

Any chance of a Pic ¤¤¤¤gy, it would help members in advising you .
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