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Old 12th September 2019, 09:32   #371
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if this is not enough can some of ye let me know.
i taught it was a good idea but if im fooling my self
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Not really a good idea to splash high pressure water around that area and what would happen if the drains were block and the plenums filled up?

Almost any thin, flexible rod will do to clear the drains out of debris. The end of the rod should appear below the car, pushing any debris out with it. Then you can rinse them out with a little low pressure water from a hose.

They need to be checked frequently, especially if there are falling leaves, or if the car is parked under/near trees. You can buy 'gutter guards' for not a lot, from Jules, which will help prevent leaves getting in.


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A big chunk of that black stuff you have, bottom left in your pic, should cure it. Right over the outlet hole.

With a clean out every two or three years maybe.--
You are bang on with the above these are fitted FOC at our Nano meets, you can purchase a round piece from any garden/fish pond outlet for £0.50p cut it in half and you have enough for both side inner top wings.

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