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My 09 F 150 has water coming out of the passenger side grab handle, any solutions?
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on the pass door, mine did the same thing
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Same here. Aggrevating! I seemed to have solved it for awhile by running a bead of black silicone under the rubber seal around the top corner of the windshield but, recently it started to drip again after a hard rain. Will wait for a nice, warm day and re-seal.
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Same here. Aggrevating! I seemed to have solved it for awhile by running a bead of black silicone under the rubber seal around the top corner of the windshield but, recently it started to drip again after a hard rain. Will wait for a nice, warm day and re-seal.
Update: Turns out, the original bead of silicone had degenerated so I used an awl and picked it out, ran a new bead which should hold for a year or two. Much easier and less expensive than having the windshield pulled and re-sealed.
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