If you can remove it at the very least, then put it in place - you will get over your ears. And if the failure occurred in the rain and country road, it can happen, and you can’t put it back at all. You need a knack here! It turned out that once and for all getting rid of this hassle is quite simple - provided, of course, the performer possesses, in addition to desire, plumbing skills and a place for revision.
The idea is to place a spare tire in a niche in the trunk floor, as is done on normal cars. The niche itself is made of a steel barrel of suitable diameter. This can be found in stores for summer residents. The main thing is not to be mistaken with the sizes. Need a barrel with a diameter of 580 mm.
Having put the spare tire in the place of the future niche, mark the center from below and at this point we drill a marking hole in the polik. Focusing on it, inside the trunk we mark out two circles with a diameter of 560 and 580 mm (Fig. 1). They will turn out incomplete - we are only interested in those parts that do not relate to floor amplifiers. We cut out a smaller circle (more convenient with an electric jigsaw) and bend the edges of the trunk lid formed along the diameter of 580 mm downward.
We cut a glass 180 mm high from the barrel, mark it in place and cut out two windows in the side wall under the floor amplifiers (Fig. 2).