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    Question Back Window Leaks - What to Use??

    I've been searching for something to use on my back window. It leaks on sides and bottom. I was thinking about using some sort of silicone but would like to know what other people have tried and that worked.

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    First things first, check out the "Search" button first, this has been covered many times before....
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    If I would have found it I wouldn't have posted my thread.

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    yeah i agree with the posted thread . . just black silicone is prob what i would use. just get ya tube at lowes or home depot

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    If your hatch is leaking check the rubber boot that goes from the body to the hatch I shmoogied mine real good and its been 4 years no leaks

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTY JERZY View Post
    If your hatch is leaking check the rubber boot that goes from the body to the hatch I shmoogied mine real good and its been 4 years no leaks
    ooo . . .good point

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTY JERZY View Post
    If your hatch is leaking check the rubber boot that goes from the body to the hatch I shmoogied mine real good and its been 4 years no leaks
    just noticed this is in the vert section so it prob not the hatch rubber

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    Quote Originally Posted by Want02TA View Post
    I've been searching for something to use on my back window. It leaks on sides and bottom. I was thinking about using some sort of silicone but would like to know what other people have tried and that worked.
    I had a leak at the bottom and just used clear silicone. I pulled back the top fabric a little and ran a bead. Then I just pushed it down. Been working fine.

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