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Hey! I was reading your post and was wondering if I could ask you a few questions.
Whenever it rains, my vert will leak water into the trunk and i'll have to vacuum it out. I think i want to try the gasket maker method you described in your post but i'm not sure what which rubber seal to pull. Do you think you could maybe take a pic? I can't drive in the rain, it's a major inconvenience!
Thanks. To reference, here is your original post from 2011:
To update my post,
I literally just carefully pulled up the gasket ran a bead along he front of the metal rail, be careful not to use too much as when you place the gasket it will run out onto the front trim paint... place the rubber seal back in place... clicked into the metal rail then rubbed my finger along the front and used some wet naps to whip up the extra gasket maker.. then coated both sides in gummi plfedge and good to go.