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Old 05-18-2018, 01:18 PM   #1
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Driver cab window reseal

Driver cab window removal, cleaning and reseal to try and alleviate a leak at the floor where it meets the side wall. Pretty sure leak is not from the slide as there is a dry spot between slide and where leak starts and another dry gap between that wet spot and the next located further forward towards dash. Sealant applies as pictured but cures translucent.
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I started having damp carpet last summer on the passenger side of my Admiral. I thought it was in the gap of some trim below the window. I continued to get the leak so I revisited this Spring. I think I may have solved it by sealing the upper corner of the windshield and also above the passenger windows. We haven't had much rain lately so I'm not sure. Supposed to rain a bit this weekend so I have my fingers crossed.
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I started having damp carpet last summer on the passenger side of my Admiral. I thought it was in the gap of some trim below the window. I continued to get the leak so I revisited this Spring. I think I may have solved it by sealing the upper corner of the windshield and also above the passenger windows. We haven't had much rain lately so I'm not sure. Supposed to rain a bit this weekend so I have my fingers crossed.
I did have a leak also behind the passenger bucket seat at the floor where it meets the wall, I removed and replaced the drip rail seals the entire length of the coach on both sides. It seems to have stopped it in that side.
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