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Old 07-17-2013, 11:04 AM
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Water inside door

Well it finally rains in my part of Texas and I have water inside my back doors? Anybody else have this problem or now where to start looking
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Old 07-17-2013, 07:22 PM
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I get it in my rear part of the cab on the head liner. i'm thinking mine comes from the third brake light. only place I can think of where mine would be coming in.. rained for 2 days straight in Delaware last week when I was on vacation and my seats and headliner were soaked. so pissed.
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Old 07-18-2013, 03:05 PM
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had water in my doors this spring also, it was after hard wind driving rains, I think it gets in the window seals and the truck was facing slightly down hill and the drain holes in the doors I believe to the back.
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Old 07-24-2013, 11:54 PM
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I get it in my rear part of the cab on the head liner. i'm thinking mine comes from the third brake light. only place I can think of where mine would be coming in.. rained for 2 days straight in Delaware last week when I was on vacation and my seats and headliner were soaked. so pissed.
Definitely coming from 3rd brakelight. That little rubber seal on it is the only barrier between the headliner and the brakelight. Buy one on eBay and be done with it.
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When it rains hard it seems like I can hear the water trickling down through my back doors but I have never noticed any water anywhere inside the cab.
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Pill the weather stripping off the bottom of the doors and the water will drain. There is a drain hole there. Its probably plugged with dirt
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