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Old 09-21-2008, 08:16 PM   #1
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I have water at the step cover on the right hand side near the door. Along the hinge area of the cover near the electrical behind the passenger kick panel. Water occurs during a rain of more than 1/4 inch. Have check the obvious areas for failed caulking around the door and at the cap joint over the door and the doors seals. Any ideas of other places water could be entering?
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I have water at the step cover on the right hand side near the door. Along the hinge area of the cover near the electrical behind the passenger kick panel. Water occurs during a rain of more than 1/4 inch. Have check the obvious areas for failed caulking around the door and at the cap joint over the door and the doors seals. Any ideas of other places water could be entering?
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Old 09-22-2008, 10:45 AM   #3
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Another likely culprit is the clearence lights. Also, water can enter anywhere along the seams and travel. We have friends that had a leak in their stick house, leak showing up in the bedroom. The source was near the fire place, 25 feet away.
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