As the water runs down the windshield, determine the spot where it starts coming inside the car.
Back truck window leaking.
Ask a friend to pour a gallon of water on your rear windshield, moving the jug from left to right across the top, as you sit in the rear seat of the vehicle or in the hatch.
Some report this leak as being severe, allowing a significant amount of water to get in.
In some cases, owners report that the rear window leaks, noticing water damage in the vehicle’s interior.
So with nowhere to the water just overflowed into the cab.
In older models, the complaints center around the sliding window.
If you put silicone anywhere on the body of your truck it will rust, so be careful where you put it.
The only time it really leaks is during a hard rain or an automatic carwash.
It is very common that's the fail point.
My back window was leaking through the top of the window seal, so a laid a bead of silicone caulk in there and it fixed most of the leak, but it still leaks a little through the 3rd brake light.
Posted september 24, 2020 (edited) hey guys i have seen leaking rear window or third brake light alluded to in a few places but not much specific information about this.
The water can travel down the window track, wet the seats and interior of the truck, cause mold to grow in the carpet and leave it smelling musty.
Just that it's a known issue.
Very common issue with trucks it seems.
A shot of 120psi compressed.
This happens due to design flaws or defects in its construction.
If you’ve found your leak, you can now fix it with the proper materials.
A leak in the primary urethane seal should be addressed by removing and resealing the window, using the standard service procedure from si.
Normally this can be a relatively simple fix so contact us now for a free estimate.