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Old 04-20-2011, 08:29 AM   #1
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Hi to all

I have a leak on my 1992 Cobra class A,the leak is somewhere on the top where the front cap meets the roof and where the clearance lights are....after it rained it was a lot of water stored right above the driver and passenger seat

I dropped it off at the shop today and wondering what you guys think it maybe,and I didn't see any damage but could be hidden underneath.The problem is that I just purchased this RV so I don't know how long this problem has been going on,thanks

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Sure hate to rain on your new parade. But the Cobras were know for leaks around the front cap. Expect to have to pretty well rebuild the overhead area at the worst.


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Old 04-21-2011, 02:59 AM   #3
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Thanks for response,and when do you think it will need a rebuild and how much would it cost???
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Sure hate to rain on your new parade. But the Cobras were know for leaks around the front cap. Expect to have to pretty well rebuild the overhead area at the worst.

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If you go to the Vintage Forum you will see what maybe involved.
If you were handy you could save some money.

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Hi I Just had the same problem on a 93 pacearrow look at the clearnce lights the inside gasket where gone bought new lites reseal that stop all leaks hope this helps jay
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