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Old 09-17-2018, 10:42 AM   #1
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Name: terry
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Hi. Just recently discovered a leak along both sides of my rear window in my 92 Scamp. I know the rubber molding around window needs replacing. I am not able to do this job. I was wondering where others have gone to remedy this problem or is their a product that can be applied to the rubber to stop any leaking issues. Thanks in N.Y. near Rochester.
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Old 09-17-2018, 11:02 AM   #2
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Likely as not you just need to give the window a proper cleaning.
That includes simply lifting the fuzzy track at the bottom of the glass and cleaning under it.
Pour water on the glass and observe the drains, they should run freely with clear water.
Also, check the track from the inside during a hard rain, if the track is wet or filling with water, then the drains are plugged, at least partially.

Worst case scenario...
A whole new window is under $200 and about a 3 of 10 on DIY scale.
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