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post #1 of 7 Old 08-19-2010, 06:15 AM Thread Starter
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water dripping from headliner

Driving down the highway during a medium rain storm, I had water dripping from my headliner above the back window. It wasnt raining that hard but the headliner ended up very wet with water dripping on the back seat. I dont have a sun roof. I think it is coming from the break light assembly above the back window. Anyone else had this problem?

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Definitely check the third brake light, my last truck had this and they replaced a gasket.
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^^^ I agree, my 2008 F250 is leaking from the third brake light.
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thanks for the replies!

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Mine was doing the exact same thing this last spring. I have a recon LED 3rd brake light and it wasn't sealing very well to the cab so I added some clear silicone and problem solved!

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Also, if you have cab lights it could be coming from there.

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My company truck (2000 F-150) had the same problem. Replaced the 3rd breaklight assembly and it fixed it.
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