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Old 01-12-2014, 06:01 AM   #1
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So I just noticed with heavy rains and going to any car wash my entire back window leaks. I do have a leaking 3rd brake light as well. Would this be the culprit? Pretty awesome for only having 1500 miles on the truck. I cant reqlly target where the leak is starting from but my back seats get soaked on all sides.
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The other day I noticed after car wash the same thing my 2013 super crew 6.5 lariat , sliding rear window, haven't done anything about yet though.
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On my 2010 I had an issue twice with my 3rd brake light having a lot of water in it and leaking into the cabin and all over the headliner. Ford replaced the entire assembly both times to no avail. So I pulled the light out the third time I noticed the cabin getting wet and put silicone around the entire gasket. That helped the moisture inside the light itself, but the next heavy rain my entire backseat and headliner were soaked. On the third trip to the dealer, I told them that it has to be the window seal and to keep the truck as long as they need to, just figure it out and fix it! They did reseal the back window on my advice and that fixed the whole issue. I've had my 2013 for 3 months now and I hope this isnt still an issue I will still have to deal with in the future.
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Old 01-12-2014, 12:29 PM   #4
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With the issues I've had with my previous trucks and this dealer I'm sure it'll take 15 trips to figure it out. Not to mention no way in hell will they give me a pos 2wd rental car to drive in the pa winter. They can lend out one of their used trucks.
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The other day I noticed after car wash the same thing my 2013 super crew 6.5 lariat , sliding rear window, haven't done anything about yet though.
PM me your info, one2nine and mountaincat900; I want to get this into the hands of folks who can help. In your message, please include your full name, best daytime phone number, VIN, mileage, and preferred servicing dealership.

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There is a TSB for the rear window concern, all covered if under 3yr/60,000km warranty (3yr/36,000 mile).
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I'll send you a pm this morning! Thanks for the quick reply
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