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Old 02-23-2021, 06:56 PM   #1
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Sunseeker cab leak

We had a couple warm days and the snow on the roof melted off. The unit was parked in our driveway on a small incline, with the front end at the low point.

We took off in it today, and when turning a corner, a bunch of water came splashing down from up above both visors, and the center cab light.

Any idea if it was because of the angle it was parked at?
Just got it in December, so haven't been through any rain. Everything appears good on the outside.
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1st thing I would check is the seal between the front cap and the roof.

If it is new, I would take it back to the dealer and have them fix it as well as check all the other seals.
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Like bduemig said, Check the roof/front cap seam. I had a leak very similar to yours as my motorhome also is parked in my driveway at a slight, forward down position. The seam had split and leaked at the cap seam. Took it to a local shop and had it fixed. Lots of rain since and no more leaks.
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