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Can anyone tell me how best to remedy a leek on my MY14 Evora S. It has been outside and the weather atrocious and today I’ve noticed the alcantara trim is soaked too to bottom on the windscreen pillar drivers side. I’m thinking it must be leaking from the windscreen or possibly the door seal or window. Any info or help would be much appreciated. Thank you. 

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Had the car into Ollie at  Phoenix Mororsport today and it seems the leek is from the windscreen A pillars and is a common fault fixable by fitting upgraded trims and seals.  Made a bit of a mess of my leather sill covers but should be OK. 

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