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Old 10-13-2019, 08:18 PM
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X5 E70 Boot/Trunk latch/lock water leak

Hey guys, my dad has a 2011 X5 30D XDrive E70. A few months ago he fell victim to a poorly designed multistory car park wall and ended up denting the lower boot/trunk door (the one that opens down). He had it repaired and painted. Ever since then, after its rained, whenever he opens the upper boot/trunk door, it leaks water out from the little latch/lock that slots into the lock in the lower trunk/boot door. I will try to get some photos if that will help make things clearer. Its driving him a bit mad as it pours a fair bit of water down on top of him when he opens the boot/trunk.
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Old 10-15-2019, 01:21 PM
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Mine did that but it was the tail light gaskets had gone by in the upper door. You just need to replace the gasket material and this should solve your issue.
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