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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 6th April 2010
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Re: laguna 11 estate boot lock

did you check the drain hole and elbow behind the window wiper motor and catch release ???
(only 3x10mm bolts to release and check)
if not then its gonna happen again when it rains next!

there is also supposed to be a renault fix kit , which is basicaly a bit of plastic with sticky that covers the panel just above the switches to deflect and water away from them.

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Re: laguna 11 estate boot lock

From what I have read on this forum I believe but don't quote me on this, that both these two switches are wired in such a way that if one doesn't work it effects the other one as well. Could I also suggest that when you have time but some sealant around the edges of both these switches to stop any water getting in.

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Re: laguna 11 estate boot lock

Thanks guys, I've had exactly the same problems, I first noticed my spare wheel well was full of water but didn't do anything about it, then the locks fail. Turns out the pipe had come off and everything was soaked. Took everything to pieces including the switches, cleaned and dryed them and problem solved. Thanks again. Dave
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