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    Water Leak

    Was wondering if anyone else has had a problem with water getting into the boot / trunk area of a Golf Convertible.

    Our car is a 2012 model, the other day we had a puncture fixed so i had to lift the floor to get to the locking wheel key, as i did you could see the floor was wet. I have now removed the wheel and dried everything off and will wash the car over the weekend and see if i can find anything. The only thing that we noticed was in the little compartment on the left as you look at the car from behind there was a small puddle.
    Just wanting to know if others have had similar and if so what was the solution.

    Am hoping its just a seal some where that will be an easy fix.

    Thanks

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    We don't get to see many of these, not very many around but I have not had any with wet bottoms yet.
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    I have same issue with water in the booth.Is anyone solve this problem?

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    Problem with leak has been resolved the water has been coming from drip tray seal which is located at the back.
    The access to this trays is very limited the roof need to be open half way .
    Silicone or glue do the job
    2012 Golf 1.6 TDI-CR

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