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11-09-2012 06:01 AM
whynotthinkwhynot Moved to Ford Focus MK3 Discussions. General Technical chat is for technical discussions relating to general maintenance, electrical issues, engine trouble, and recalls.

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11-09-2012 05:14 AM
slybarman
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Those things are there to take off the pressure of the cabin when you close your hatch. If you put something in front, it will be difficult to close doors and hatch and can be dangerous at some point.
Ok - will not mess with it then.

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11-09-2012 12:07 AM
Focusblackzx5 Those things are there to take off the pressure of the cabin when you close your hatch. If you put something in front, it will be difficult to close doors and hatch and can be dangerous at some point.
11-08-2012 10:02 PM
slybarman
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why?
I dunno. Seems like it would be a source for air, noise, or monsters to enter the cabin.



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11-08-2012 09:53 PM
wilsonfocus86
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Hmmm. I wonder if it woukd be worth shoving a chunk of foam in there?
why?
11-08-2012 07:43 PM
cbdallas Couldn't hurt.
11-08-2012 07:42 PM
slybarman Hmmm. I wonder if it woukd be worth shoving a chunk of foam in there?

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11-08-2012 07:38 PM
cbdallas Mine are the same way. I discovered this when I took out my taillights. Sort of surprising, really.
11-08-2012 07:31 PM
slybarman
Open panel in trunk (hatch)

When I was putting the cargo liner into my 2013 hatchback today, I noticed these open panels in the trunk area. There is one on each side. Does everybody have these little panels open? I was wondering these would transmit much noise into the back of the car?

These pictures are on the side in the back and looking sorta upward toward the hatch opening.


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