Water entrance on Mercedes B200 140HP w245 2007

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Water entrance on Mercedes B200 140HP w245 2007

When I went to dismantle the carpet under the seat, there was a lot of water in the carpet sponge, and for some time water appeared in the spare wheel compartment
What could be damaged so the water is entering so much?


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The seal around one, or both opening(s) in the rear bumper is damaged, most likely.

I saved this pics from BenzWorld:

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The seal around one, or both opening(s) in the rear bumper is damaged, most likely.

I saved this pics from BenzWorld:

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What is the serial number of the piece? for a mercedes B200 w245 2007?
 

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Also check drains under the bonnet and heater box drains
 

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What is the serial number of the piece? for a mercedes B200 w245 2007?

I don't think you need to replace the part as such, just remove, clean and re-seal.

There's a main drain under the cabin filter: open the bonnet, at the top, just under the wipers, there's a cover - unclip three lugs at the top of it, and remove it. There will be a cabin (pollen) filter under it - pull clips on either side outwards, and it will swing down open. Remove it (might be a good idea to clean, or, better still - replace it (A1698300213); under this filter is a large drain hole - use a thin plumber 'snake' to make sure it's clear all the way down.
 


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