Hi. One of my recent issues is that I have road salt all over the top of the engine. I've tried to show it in the first couple of pics. There doesn't seem to be much of an undertray below the engine, just a short plastic section about 15cm wide at the front of the bay. Maybe one has been left off by a garage? Anyway, I didn't think this should throw salt up right to the top of the engine, so I think the cause is that there is no 'rubber' seal (or anything) on the underside of the bonnet. I've tried to show this in the third pic. My previous car had a seal here to meet the slam panel. Is this a JDM thing because they don't use salt, or am I missing a seal? There might also be holes to locate a seal up the sides of the bonnet, on to the top of the headlights. Needless to say, I don't have anything there either. I pity the poor engine...goodness knows how long the ancillaries will last coated in salt. If anyone could take peek at theirs to let me know what they've got, I'd be grateful. I think I should have some sound insulation, too, but I can cut and stick matting on there. How I'm going to get a seal that fits, I don't know.