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Old 23-07-18, 06:12 PM   #1
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Got some issues. (LHD car)

1. Sometimes it seems like condensation from the ac leaks into the cabin, on the right hand side (passenger side). Any tips?

2. The car feels kind of wobbling when cornering at speeds above 50 km/h. Especially when running over rough surface, feels like the rear is a bit "loose".
I've got 18" summer wheels.

3. Armrest is hopelessly easy to pull back when resting my arm. Should it be like this? Very annoying.

4. When turning and driving slow over bumps, and speed bumps there is lots of creaking from behind in the luggage compartment.



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2. I wouldn’t say I have any looseness but there are a few spots on my regular routes where bumps mid corner cause the rear axle to skip a bit which feels quite disconcerting, but guess that’s the compromise of the torsion beam suspension.

3. Yes, mine slips quite easily.
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4. Read the topic on creaking back axle. Known problem, fix is to inject a type of foam into the rear axle box sections.
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Got some issues. (LHD car)

1. Sometimes it seems like condensation from the ac leaks into the cabin, on the right hand side (passenger side). Any tips?
I had something like this happen on my old 307.
I was told that this could have been caused by a leak somewhere within the dashboard, though could have been wrong (I never had it fixed).

Either way, it doesn't sound normal to me and I imagine it'd need to be checked by an A/C specialist for leaks anywhere.
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Old 24-07-18, 08:00 AM   #5
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If the heaterbox condensate drain tube is blocked this can cause A/C condensate to build up in heater and leak from lower outlets of heater when A/C is on in humid weather

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Got some issues. (LHD car)

1. Sometimes it seems like condensation from the ac leaks into the cabin, on the right hand side (passenger side). Any tips?

2. The car feels kind of wobbling when cornering at speeds above 50 km/h. Especially when running over rough surface, feels like the rear is a bit "loose".
I've got 18" summer wheels.

3. Armrest is hopelessly easy to pull back when resting my arm. Should it be like this? Very annoying.

4. When turning and driving slow over bumps, and speed bumps there is lots of creaking from behind in the luggage compartment.



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1. Outlet blocked
2. A litle bouncing of rear, especialy with stiffer, low profile tires is more or less common.
3. In front position my is "locked" with "click".
4. Well known rear axle issue.
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3) It's absolutely rubbish. A terrible design.
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3) It's absolutely rubbish. A terrible design.
Never bothered me.
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3) It's absolutely rubbish. A terrible design.
Had no problem with that, no matter sliding or height adjustment.
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3) It's absolutely rubbish. A terrible design.

Indeed! Guess it should be like that then? Was just wondering if something was broken on my armrest. 🙈
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