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Join Date: May 2009
Location: United Kingdom
Drainage holes and floorpan fun
Hey all! After my recent head gasket and blown heater matrix adventures, I'm now just about to sort out the rear floorpan after stripping the whole interior and all the underlay/soundproofing in soggy bits!
Just after some advice/opinions really... These drainage holes at the back (where the floor has gone through on both sides) I'm all for totally welding and sealing them up. Are there any arguments for or against this?
Also, should I do anything else apart from disconnect the battery, earth the car floor and new metal and have a CO2 next to me at all times? Putting it quite simply, I never got the master key with this car, so I don't want "Replace and re-program ECU" as the next item on my wallet emptying list!
140k miles and all is gravy!