Originally Posted by steve32409
ok - now after a real close look , I hope it was the bottom frame of the door . two of the screws were uncovered ( no sealant ) due to being rubbed off with door opening and closing . Our motorhome sets uo hill in our drive so water could run from under those dripping screws down 6" and then run out from under the furnace area . I will let all know after next rain . steve
We have been having a leak there also. Look behind the brown trim behind the cab seats for wet insulation.
I took the screws out of the bottom of that door and filled each hole with clear silicone then replaced the screws. Topped the screws with more silicone and smoothed it out with a wet finger.
I removed the entire brown trim panel and insulation while I tried to find the leaks.
One place I found leaks was where the top front cap meets a lower panel behind the driver door. There is black silicon there, I taped it off with painter's tape where the silver coach color meets the black and added more black silicon caulk. Then smoothed it out with a wet finger when I removed the tape.
The rain gutter on the top of the RV runs right over that part with lots of water running down in a stream there.
Tom D 2015 REV RB