donkeyotty wrote:My plenum chamber was rust free also yet I still had a massive hole in the bulkhead, that was actually one of four holes in total. The problem is not what you can see but what you cannot see. A better test would be to remove the wiper motor housing which would allow access to the lower area underneath it. I think the main thing first though would be to find where the water is actually coming in. Strip out the footwell carpets and as much insulation as possible. If it is trickling down the sides of the transmission tunnel then it is probably the bulkhead, if it is coming in around the bonnet release/fuse box area then it could be corrosion around the A post/inner wing area. Just to make things worse there are many other places water can get in, wiring grommets etc most of which can only be seen/examined/checked from inside the wings after removal of the wheel arch liner. I only found the main hole after removing the dash and the HVAC unit which upon removal brought a big chunk of bulkhead with it, happy days lol. Hopefully your problem will be quickly resolved with not too much effort.
Jagman_40 wrote:I assume that the front corners, bumpers etc. would need removing too? To facilitate wing removal?
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