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Water leak on rear quarter panel #749080
May 30th 2019 5:55 pm
May 30th 2019 5:55 pm
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Hey everybody, I've been dealing with a water leak for a long time and have decided to give it some more attention. Was hoping somebody else with a mid Dodge has maybe had a similar issue and figured out where the leak is. Water comes in the back drivers quarter and accumulates between the rear door and the gas filler neck in that little area. I've siliconed the crap out of door seam, external body seam and rear rain gutters, behind the gas door, replaced the door weather stripping. Even silliconed the entire door frame where the weather stripping touches the body while the doors are closed. It really makes me scratch my head because I can't imagine where it comes from. The passenger side area is bone dry but the drivers side always gets some water in heavy rain. Its not leaking from the marker light either. The bottom of the rear doors are dry too so it is not leaking from there.

This has been keeping me busy for a minute or two every rain storm haha. Any insight or places to check would be appreciated.

Re: Water leak on rear quarter panel [Re: DontComeKnocken] #749081
May 30th 2019 7:08 pm
May 30th 2019 7:08 pm
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Have somebody inside the van while you spray the outside area down with a water hose and see if you can see the source of where the water is coming in.


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