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Old 07-07-2016, 05:52 PM   #1
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Leak Troubleshooting

On the road this 4th and driving in the rain, when water trickled in down the inside of the windshield. I'm no expert, I wasted some time on this. If I had it to do over again I would have started on the roof. We have a 2013 unit and we had it resealed last year. So in my mind, I was thinking all that is good – but you can’t make that assumption. The original seal was slim and opened up, the newer seal stopped short of covering the original seal. A 3 inch gap was letting water in.

Other things I wasted time on was sealing around the windshield and sealing the clearance lights and fixing the cracked covers – though that probably needed to be done too!

Hope this helps anyone that is trying to find the source of a water leak, or maybe I'm just venting!!!
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