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Old 08-08-2012, 05:53 PM   #1
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leaking windshield

We have a 2002 Intrigue and on occasion I get a leak around the windshield on the R side. Anyone else have this problems and if you have what have you done to fix it?
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Old 08-08-2012, 06:06 PM   #2
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We have a 2002 Intrigue and on occasion I get a leak around the windshield on the R side. Anyone else have this problems and if you have what have you done to fix it?
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Had a leak, it was the clearance lights! Removed them one by one and cleaned, then sealed properly.
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Had a leak, it was the clearance lights! Removed them one by one and cleaned, then sealed properly.

Yep, that is where I would start
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I met one owner who had a 40' coach like mine and said that the windshield mounting on the front clip was not stiff enough and the fiberglass flexed and caused the seal to leak. Anyone ever hear about that issue?
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We have had to have one of our windshields "reset" twice in it's frame as it started to separate and come out slightly.
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Did you find any reason why this was happening? Just wondering as I haven't had that problem in mine yet, but perhaps should be looking for it to. Thanks.
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The one owner I talked to said that the problem was with the fiberglass front cap. It was too flexible and the only fix was to take off all the interior stuff (TV etc.) and fiberglass in a metal brace to stiffen it up. I was hoping for some alternative ideas
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