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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-04-2017, 06:56 Thread Starter
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Leak in My Overcab Window

I have a Bessacarr E540 and have just realised when knocking in the van into reverse that I have a leak through the Overcab window.

Quick check around the seal doesn't show up anything noticeable.

Is this a common fault? And anyone know how much is it likely to cost to fix? It's playing havoc with my upholstery

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As you are in that area, why not call into a well known dealer on the A21 at Johns cross.

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Please let us know how you get on.

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I have a Bessacarr E540 and have just realised when knocking in the van into reverse that I have a leak through the Overcab window.

Quick check around the seal doesn't show up anything noticeable.

Is this a common fault? And anyone know how much is it likely to cost to fix? It's playing havoc with my upholstery
Excuse me but what is the connection between the leak & reverse?
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Excuse me but what is the connection between the leak & reverse?
I only notice the leak when I'm reversing. I don't think there is any connection

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Problem with the seal being perished

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