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Old 10-02-2015, 06:22 PM   #1
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Leaking passenger window

I have 2007 tribute, passenger side window leaks and is causing swelling on internal wall. Can't find out where leak is coming from. I have recaulked the outer window, problem still persists. Is there a simple fix, or do I need to replace window.
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Not meaning to insult but are you sure it is the window that is leaking? For instance could it be a leak from higher up coming down to the window, going around it, and coming out the bottom frame of the window.

You could pull the who window out then reinstall the window.

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Could be a clearance light leaking up top on that side?
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Could be a clearance light leaking up top on that side?
My thought too.
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Start looking at things above the window. Our driver's side window had a leak in hard rain. We had the window out for repair at RV Fog Dr. and they sealed it well. It still leaked.

I had the folks at CC take the window out again to treat some rust on the metal frame (RV Fog Dr. did a great job de-fogging the glass but lousy job of treating frame rust). The tech at CC found a tear/opening in some caulk along the roof-to-sidewall area. He fixed that and another suspicious area around the driver's side horn. Window hasn't leaked since.
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