No sweat whatsoever. This is good information and a heads-up for every 2005-2008 Seneca owner to know. I'll be looking around for this when I'm next under the hood of mine, just to check for any preventive measures I would need to take. This sort of thread is what makes these owner websites so valuable. Everyone can learn from the experience of one member. Thanks for your diligence in keeping up with the thread information through the resolution. Any pictures of the actual affected area would be greatly appreciated.
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