Originally Posted by bgilly
You really need to get on the roof to inspect. I had a mystery leak on my coach (in fact - several), the most likely place for the over-cab is the roof joint from the fiberglass roof to the fiberglass cap.
My leaks were hard to find. I found them after pressurizing the coach and checking all around with soap/bubble solution. I found a small pinhole in the sealant at both front corners by the gutters.
I showed my husband all your bubbly photos on another post and we are both losing sleep. Can one ever fix these or is the love affair over????
We bought our Sunseeker new last May. We took off for a long weekend and water dumped all over out the sun visors and sunglass/map holders. We had to take it to the shop and rent a cabin instead. Paying for MH, storage, and repairs, I imagine, and hotel rooms.
The service manager says "that's where they usually leak"
and wants our every 90 day roof inspection receipts?!?!?! That we didn't know about at all.
AND, the generator runs rough and quits, the house batteries won't stay charged. I am SICK about this. It's so beautiful and seems like it could be fun, and has been a fair amount of trouble. I
It was in the shop 2 solid months for PDI fixes. We missed out on much of the first summer. I feel like I've adopted a pit bull. And it might bite me.
If we keep it I might have a large lemon sticker, as big as will fit over the back, and have it professionally installed.
My husband says I am over reacting a little. But he is very unhappy with the quality of the tire stems, and on and on.$$$$...