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Old 03-04-2011, 01:17 PM   #1
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window seal repair

I have a leak the comes from bottom of dash on rt wall to floor. I noticed window seal is pulling away. Could this be it? I can't see anything under the dash. How do you repair this? I have an 06 Damon Daybreak3276F.
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If its your windshield you will have to have the windshield removed and reset the rubber surround gasket to fiberglass and windshield.
If rubber surround gasket is good and not torn you should be OK if its torn you will need new surround.
Water can also come in at the top of your side window seals and run down the "A" channel down to floor.
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It seems to be coming in the rt side window. The seal is pulling away on window. Can we just fix it ourselves with silicone?
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