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Old 11-30-2017, 07:22 AM   #1
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Front door air leak

Best way to find or a way to stop air leak on front door not sure how to address it thanks
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Check the door seal - when its dark out, or in a wash bay or garage. Have someone run a very bright flashlight around the door frame opposite of you while closed. Do it both ways (inside and out) and look for the light leaking through. If you don't see anything then wind pressure could be changing the shape of the door and that will require someone to check the door while the vehicle is traveling.
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Front door air lock fix from PROBLEM SOLVERS in QT's # 3.
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You can check the seal with a dollar bill. Shut the door with the bill halfway in and pull it there should be resistance if not the door needs to be adjusted.
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