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As Otto said read the thread "pond" here it is.........

Gives you all the answers.

A problem well stated is a problem half solved !
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Originally Posted by davesss View Post
As Otto said read the thread "pond" here it is.........

Gives you all the answers.
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Cool Laguna footwell leak (fixed)

If anyone has a Laguna II and has water dripping in to the footwell, particularly below the glovebox when going round a corner after heavy rain, try this. Check under the scuttle at the windscreen. You may have to remove the whole thing but I just removed a few clips at the suspension turrets and a couple more then prised it up carefully. below the corner grilles in the scuttle are low spots in the bulkhead and in each corner there are drainage holes. Mine were completely blocked with dirt. Either using your fingers or a flexible tube, push the dirt through the drain holes and flush through with clean water. The water should freely drain through onto the ground. No more leaks! Someone else may have discovered this but I haven't had time to check all of the posts.
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I read this from 5th Wheel

if you go to the forum list,how to section page 2,you will find the problems i had,cured with pics.also on pic 1 you can see the corner of the pollen filter,which is accesible via the glove compartment.
hope this helps.
I cant find the How To section...

Can someone advise please...


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Click on the "Articles" tab at the top of the screen and you should see it.
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