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Old 01-14-2008, 02:06 PM   #11
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I had this in my '02 SE and it'* in my '04 GXP. This is quite normal and part of regular production.
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every car from ever manufacturor has seam sealer like that.

some times its a very good indicator wheather your cars been rear ended befor and fixed or not
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my '88 had it, very liberally applied, iirc it was painted over too.
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Yeah, I got something funky like that on mine too, but in a slightly different spot. I think it was a water leak fix attempt. And if it was, it worked b/c I've never had the pond trunk issue

Either that or someone spilled something there and it dried to quick because it'* hard and won't come off

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mine was like that from the factory too
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Yeah, I got something funky like that on mine too, but in a slightly different spot. I think it was a water leak fix attempt. And if it was, it worked b/c I've never had the pond trunk issue

Either that or someone spilled something there and it dried to quick because it'* hard and won't come off

thats rust inhibitor its like a waxy oil right?
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Yeah, it'* kind of like candle wax, but why in the fargen would it be there??
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Yeah, it'* kind of like candle wax, but why in the fargen would it be there??
no idea, some people that put it on go a little over board.. I'd wast it off with thinners
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