Thread: Blocked Drains
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Old 13th November 2019, 07:11 PM
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Originally Posted by snapdragon View Post
I would advise just completely pulling the rubber pipes out of the car - they are only 4" long and easy to refit, if difficult a little soapy water should help secure them back into the holes in the chassis.
Sounds like they're a lot easier to get at than the D2 ones.
Another good reason to take them out is to trim the outlet tips slightly so that small bits of debris don't block them.
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