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Plastic trim and aerial

hello to everyone

Just a quick couple of things, My clio is a 2000/2001 1.4 sport, and the plastic trim on the i think seems to peel a bit at the front corner sides on the roof (seems really badly put on by renault), is this common?

Also when I was washing the car the other day, the aerial which is at the front middle of the car, was hit by the hose slightly and rotated on its base a little bit, seems fine and Ive put it back into position, but would this indicate the housing the aerial sits in is loose or should it be ok? seems fairly secure and nothing is leaking (yet) I took the interior light console out inside the front of the car and there doesnt seem to be anyl eakage, bearing this in mind is it worth just leaving it (if it isnt broke don't fix it) or with the aerial being able to move, take preventative measures before it gets worse? (if it does get worse)

I did notice the aerial nut is quite tricky to get to even with the light console out, so if I dont need to do anything Id obviously rather just leave it

maybe Im just being paranoid....

Cheer, Ed
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Last edited by eddeh; 9th October 2006 at 09:58 PM. Reason: Just adding more info that I think would make the question more clear
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