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Old 02-24-2020, 05:57 PM   #1
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2018 Thor Hurricane Leak around driver and passenger window

Good evening,

I have water coming in the camper and appears to only come in after I leveled the unit then unleveled the unit, start to drive and either hitting the breaks or the natural roll of the road cause it to come down.

This past weekend after an entire day of rain I tried rocking the unit from side to side with the steering wheel after pulling up the jacks and heading out and was able to get the water to come out from above both driver and passenger windows.

This is the location it always comes out which again is right above the drivers window and now the passengers driving window. I can not see past the overhead bunk side boards and have got on top of the unit and do not see any type of sealant missing anywhere so Im a little lost.

Hope I was descriptive enough!

1. The amount of water coming in has never been more then a 1/2 cup-1 cup.
2. The unit does not bring water in after this water is knocked out from being unleveled.

Could it be possible A/C condensation?
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When you're in a dry place, put clear silicone around the running lights.

I only see 3 or 5 so it should be pretty easy if you have a ladder. The other place is up at the window seal. I put a stick on plastic gutter made for that purpose above my front window seal.
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Old 02-25-2020, 05:05 PM   #3
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I had water coming onto the dash on the passenger side. It was the running lights above the windshield. Sealed them up and no more problems.
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