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Yet another person askin about a Leak

Any problems assoicated with leaks

Postby Tee73 » Wed Oct 07, 2009 12:20 pm

Hi Ive got a leak where you pull the handle down to open the roof where the two seals meet Ive been to peugeot Perrys in Bolton today but they cant look at it till two weeks Tuesday and the woman on the desk said the worst case it will cost £600 OMG So anyone have any ideas what it can be and if they know another garage cheeper in the Bolton / Manchester area. Thanks Tee
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Postby Thar » Wed Oct 07, 2009 5:20 pm

Hi Tee,

A fellow Boltonian here!

I bought my 206cc from Robins and Day in Sale, it's not that far away, you could try them for a price? Perry's seem expensive :yikes:

What you got...I'll look out for ya! :)
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Postby GrandadMonkey » Wed Oct 07, 2009 8:31 pm

I'd use silicon grease to fill the gap. You can buy a tub at your local plumbers merchants. Complete new seals would cure it but they'd wear/harden eventually.
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Re: Yet another person askin about a Leak

Postby Mike Clapham » Tue Feb 18, 2014 10:19 pm

I just bought my daughter a new car because of all the problems she had with the CC, one of which was a leaky roof, I have the car now and god the problems.....the roof leaked on both sides and yes you got a shower when braking hard :( but I decided to get all the problems fixed so I could get back and too to work. Beats cycling lol, I put the roof down half way, then pulled the seal forward (removing the two rubber grips that hold it, then pulled the seals down in the center and then forward off the metal grips at the front. You can now apply silicone grease to the metal where the seal fits at the top...then put the seal back in the opposite way as taking it off, the seal then stops leaking :) Just be careful with the roof, It may be better to operate it in manual mode you will need a second person to help you.
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Re: Yet another person askin about a Leak

Postby jmfabiao » Tue Oct 14, 2014 8:06 pm

Hello everybody. I'm new at this forum, in fact i've just completed my registration. I bought my 206 cc two weeks ago, and noticed that same problem, which left me a bit sad... Any way, i also noticed that the right side door (in my case it's the passenger side - i´m from Portugal...) didn't close properly ( about 3/4 mm out of the car). I assumed that it needed some fine tuning and so i did... I released the latch (i don´t know if this is the correct term...) and i readjust it. It turns out that the problem was fixed in no time. It raind hard for the past week, and still no leak! I don't know if this will work for all leaking problems with those sealants, but in my case, it did work, at least so far... Hope this can be of any help, at least for some of you... :thumbs:
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Re: Yet another person askin about a Leak

Postby Capncol » Wed Oct 15, 2014 3:05 pm

jmfabiao- Welcome to the forum & thanks for the tip
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