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    network q warrenty

    i brought a 2001 coupe a few months ago. it came with the dealer 12month network q warrenty.

    the seals around the door let loads of air through, but recently, when i wash the car, there is water gettin in the window seals, at the top of the door.

    i spoke to my dealer, and they said this isnt covered under warrenty, is this right? surly as water is getting into the car,the seal must be covered?

    any advice would be usefull
    thanks

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    No seals and trim are not covered under Network Q warranty, see if your dealer is prepared to give you a goodwill contribution, ie.. lots of discount on new ones!
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    Rich C

    Former owner of Astra SXi.. New owner of a Satin Silver Civic Type R.. "Bye Bye GTi"!!

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    Thats strange i took my coupe back 2 weeks ago coz there was wind coming through the seal on the drivers door.. when you were driving above 40 mph i never got charged for this

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    I guess it must depend on which dealer you take the car to, as to what they are prepared to do

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