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  1. Window leak

    I have a 2015 Sports Chassis which I discovered a small section of carpet wet. The moisture seems to have come in the rear, 60 inch, window about 17 inches from the left end. The water may have entered two different nights. First night the truck was parked down hill on a 3-4 % slope and the rain would have been against the rear window part of the time. The next night the truck was parked uphill with 2% slope and again rain hitting the rear window when rain started. Has anyone had any experience with rear window leaks. Two concerns I see is; the lack space if the window is required to moved and upholstery work that may be required but I know all is workable but just finding the proper body-person.. Clay located presently in NW Illinois
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