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Re: Where does the fuel filler overflow hole lead to on a Megane II?

Originally Posted by smitd004 View Post
Have you looked at the wheel arches. I had a similar problem with my vectra. One of the rear arch liners had come loose! As soon as the wind got underneath, it whistled like a B*****d! Couple of new screws and some tie-wraps - SORTED!
Cheers for that useful info - I had a very quick look at them last night, but not properly. I'll make sure to have a good look around those areas, as it is definitely a possibility!

I did notice that where the wheel arch comes down to the bottom at the leading edge, it comes a bit further down than the bottom of the car's body. Just infront of that, there's a large hole where some sort of joint / nut is - I guess wind could be getting in up there...

I'll check again.

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