Tell me, Mr. Anderson, what good is a phone call when you are unable to speak?
Thanks for those.
My boot hasn't started to leak as yet thankfully.
I think it's more to do with the two strips that run down the gutters on the roof. The water patch appears at the back on the right at the very end of the gutter.
Not unless you want your wallet emptied. MY roof had the same problem, in addition to a leak at the front. Front one was the sunroof drains that were blocked (take off headlining, disconnect drain hose and unblock.)
The rear problem was traced to a replacement rear screen which had not been fitted very well - there was no sealant at the top corners. I temporarily solved this by squirting black silicon sealant (£3-4 from Halfords) in the corners both outside and in. This stopped the leak but i had the screen taken out and put back properly when I had some bodywork done (£130!!!).
Mazda will probably do the former for you but may charge a standard hour's rate for doing so (£70 odd). Do it yourself, you can't make the leak worse, just clean it out a bit, make sure it is dry and squirt the sealant in, then wipe off the excess. Easy job.
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