Originally Posted by ADFitzke
Check the seal around the top of the windshield you may not see it from s roof vantage point. Have similar issue and it has destroyed the wood underneath the vinyl of the dash.
I had water seeping in the front and pooling up on the dash last spring. Now remember ours is a 10 year old Georgetown, and back then, they used a large (2 inch) rubber gasket around the windshield where it attaches to the front body cap. Today’s windshields are almost flush to the bodywork.
I got up on a ladder to do a real close inspection of the clearance lights caulking and the top of the windshield gasket. It was evident the caulking of the windshield gasket was old and had shrunk a bit.
I cleaned the rubber and the fibreglass bodywork thoroughly. On the first warm day over 70 degrees F, I applied a strip of electrical tape all along the top of the gasket from side to side.
We travelled all over this past year, and the tape is still holding, sealing well, and I never saw any water inside since. I’ll inspect it again in the spring and see where we stand.
Ken and Terry
2018 Sunseeker 2430S with Trekker cap
and only rarely pushed by our 2017 GMC Terrain toad (4 wheels down)
Former Georgetown 330TS owner for 10 years with more mods than I can count.