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Old 11-28-2014, 05:22 AM   #1
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2012 Adventurer top Front Cap

I have a windshield rust problem and need to remove the top cap to clean and find the leak. Can anyone tell me where I can find instruction on removal of the top cap? Plus has anyone done this?

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Never heard of having to remove the cap to fix Winnebago rust problems. The windshield has to come out, of course, but you should be able to clean up the rust areas once it is out. Do you suspect a water leak somewhere above the windshield frame?

Have you called Winnebago Customer Care to discuss the problem - they should have some useful tips and maybe even a recommended procedure. Sadly, it is a fairly common problem on Winnies.
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