Do you have a leak in your Renault Clio????
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Renault Clio factory fitted sunroofs are very prone to leaking.
Here at CCS Windscreens Ltd, we repair all types of sunroofs and have been specialising in this for more than 30 years.
On average we do 2-3 Renault Clio sunroof's a month.
They leak in the older shape Clio up to 1998 R/S registration and these are normally the electric operated sunroofs but they also leak in the newer model 1998-2005 which normally have the pop-up manual operated sunroof.
The reason being is that they are of poor original fitment.
In-between the framework of the sunroof and the rubber seal they only put in a foam seal as opposed to sealing it with a watertight silicone sealer.
This foam seal over a period of time disintegrates and then the water leaks through to the interior of the car.
Our technicians would remove the complete roof from the vehicle, allowing total cleaning of parts, priming respective areas and refitting using a lifetime sealant.
Your sunroof may leak from the sun visors or the interior light....please also note that if your car has central locking the sensor is in this area, so it is advisable that you have the sunroof repaired sooner rather than later as this sensor will get damaged and your central locking will not work any longer so you will have to pay out more than necessary.
We have carried out hundreds of these repairs over the past 5 years and we have NEVER had a customer return with a problem.
This repair REALLY works....we guarantee that!!!
Please give us a call for a quote and if you need any questions answered - we are happy to say that we are a fraction of the price of the dealerships.
For a quote or to ask any questions please call on 01245 490590 or
FREEPHONE 0800 770 880.
Sometimes the rubber seal has also been badly damaged due to the foam seal not protecting it so you may need to replace this too. We keep in stock the older style rubber, but you would need to obtain the newer style from a Renault dealer.
But, most times we can just do the reseal without having to replace this.
Posted on Wednesday 19th of January 2011Don't understand this? Ask a question