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#1 OFFLINE   MKSecobeast

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Posted 04 May 2017 - 10:08 PM

I've had my MKS for a few weeks now and just noticed this. I heard a sloshing sound when I would brake suddenly. When I open my rear doors water drains out the bottom. I looked at the weather stripping and it looks ok. I'm assuming something is wrong with it somewhere and I'm just not seeing it. I have a 3 month warranty from the dealer..Do you think this would be covered? I really don't want my doors to rust from the inside out and who knows how long it's been like this before I got it..










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#2 OFFLINE   joehio

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Posted 04 May 2017 - 10:53 PM

We never had this problem with either my wife's '09 or her n'15.  Might be a clogged drainage plug, have them check it out and GET IT DOCUMENTED ! 



#3 OFFLINE   MKSecobeast

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Posted 13 May 2017 - 09:50 PM

I looked at it further and it seems like its not really in the door, but in the plastic "ground effects". I was really worried about this, but when I thought my turbos failed and took my car to be serviced I forgot to even bring that up. lol
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Posted 06 June 2017 - 12:41 AM

That should be covered by the warranty.



#5 OFFLINE   1buzzy

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Posted 16 June 2017 - 05:02 PM

I have an 09 and just noticed I have the same sloshing as stated, I do not have a warranty on mine. Can anyone tell me what the fix would be. Any insight would be helpful. Thanks



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Posted 21 June 2017 - 09:21 PM

I have an 09 and just noticed I have the same sloshing as stated, I do not have a warranty on mine. Can anyone tell me what the fix would be. Any insight would be helpful. Thanks

 

I had the sloshing in the front doors of my '09 not too long after I bought it, so it was still under warranty. Dealer claimed the doors were designed to have water pass through them. There's a heavy rubber flap on the inside bottom of the door that has drain holes behind it. The rubber flap was blocking the drain holes, so they cut a couple notches in it. 

 

I haven't had any sloshing problems since then, but I've also not had my door apart to see if it's rusted inside, :)






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