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HOW TO GUIDE: De-Wipering! - Flush Tailgate (PICTURES ADDED!)

Discussion in 'Mk4 Ibiza Guides (6L) 2002-2008' started by bizzaboy, Sep 18, 2008.

  1. DPJ

    DPJ ...........

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    I'll edit your pictures into it if you like, Mike. Let me know. :)
     
  2. Gooner_Mike

    Gooner_Mike Teaching the kids

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    OK cool. I might do a complete photo guide then!
     
  3. Gooner_Mike

    Gooner_Mike Teaching the kids

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    Decided to de-wiper the rear of the Ibiza this afternoon. Followed this guide for some tips.

    All pretty simple really. Bought a set of grommets from Halfrauds (including the 24mm one for the rear screen) but have also a 25mm one ordered off ebay coming too.

    Pretty pleased with the result. Will get some rain repelant stuff for the rear screen to help keep it clear/clean. Disconnected the washer hose in the engine bay (where it went before and I mended it.)

    Here are some pics:

    BEFORE
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    WIPER MOTOR ABOUT TO COME OUT
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    MOTOR REMOVED
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    OLD BUNG
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    HOLE
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    FINISHED
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  4. DPJ

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    *link to pics added to post #1
    * thread moved to FAQs
    * stickied
    * crap cleared from thread
     
  5. ecosse1986

    ecosse1986 Active Member

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    Ive dewipered mine, heres what it looks like..

    [​IMG]
     
  6. '07Ibiza

    '07Ibiza Guest

    Fairplay, thats one of the best guides i've used! step by step and encountered no problems!
    Ill add that when taking off the cover thats on the boot, if you use the 2 gaps where you remove the covers and pull hard, it should just pop off! And also when using the 24mm bung from 'Halfrauds' i added a bit of sealant around the inside and outside just to make sure! :) Thanks Alot!
     
  7. DAZ-FR20vt

    DAZ-FR20vt Guest

    Great guide, used last week, every step down to a tee:D

    highly reccomend using this guide (Y)
     
  8. dean r

    dean r Guest

    realy gd guide tryed today and was bang on would put pic on but i duno how lol
     
  9. wezzo11

    wezzo11 Guest

    Thanks! I'll post pictures of mine when I get time to upload them!
     
  10. Stefal639

    Stefal639 Guest

    It's possible to install a rear view cameras in the hole?

    (sorry for my bad english)
     
  11. bananaskin

    bananaskin Active Member

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    One of the first things i did! easy and effective mod.

    [​IMG]
     
  12. B4RK3R

    B4RK3R Guest

    Had my boot trim off the other day as I was tinting my windows and while I was having a cig break i was looking through this forum on my phone and i came across this guide and thought I'd have a go at de-wipering while I already had the trim off, literally took 5mins and looks miles better now!
     
  13. splash

    splash Active Member

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    I did that last week, thanks to your idea, and looks great! tnx
     
  14. steve300

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    Tried this earlier today inbeween the dismal weather and could only fine 3 of the screws to take the rear trim off, the two on either side where the rear bulbs are and the inside boot handle, where are the other two? Also struggled to get the wiper arm off, will have another go tomorrow any tips would be great.
     
  15. Mark_Karting

    Mark_Karting Active Member

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    dont know if youve managed yet but the other 2 are next to the catch for the boot, another piece of trim must come off. Doing this now, getting the whole boot trim out is a bugger! I'm maybe just weak :p
     
  16. DresselFR

    DresselFR MPG over BHP

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    that looks fantastic! will handle this at the weekend! cheers btw :D
     
  17. RSAlex

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    Apologies for bringing up an old thread, it's my first post!

    I've recently bought a mk4 Ibiza Sport TDI, and I'm looking to re-wiper it. As I can't see anything out the back window after a few miles of motorway driving in the rain.
    So I've bought a wiper arm and motor and I went to fit them yesterday, and realised I'm missing the rubber bung that sits in the window (see picture "old bung" above).
    Does anyone know where I can get one of these, or have one spare themselves, I can't find one anywhere.

    Cheers, Alex.
     
  18. -BH

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    U have to go to the SEAT dealer i guess, or a scrapyard in your area?
    Where did you search then?
     
  19. Adjay

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    Anyone knows where I can get a glass gromit that gets stuck in with glass glue instead of a rubber grommet. Had the glass one on my Leon cupra
     
  20. JJC

    JJC Active Member

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    Do you need to buy one? I have mine of my 03 ibiza and never plan on puttin it back on



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