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Roadster Door Leaked in Rain

Old 07-11-2011, 10:26 AM
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Default This is all good stuff - thanks for all the input

Noticed a couple of small holes/tears in gasketing at the top corners of the windshield. Interesting observation. Next time I'm into the dealership I'll ask them about that and the intermittent buzz in my dash which appears to be drivers side near the windshield.
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Old 04-21-2013, 08:50 PM
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my 04 barely dripped down the tweeters, never enough to amount to anything.

my 07 drips pretty heavy down the passenger tweeter but the drivers side doesnt leak.

Probably needs a crack or uneven spot on the seal replaced or touched up with black silicone.

I've not checked for a cause other than cleaning the seal so far.

Only leaks parked in the rain, not moving.
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Mine too when it rains and i'm driving water comes in by the side of the mirror. Before i parked it for winter i had it checked by the dealer and they said they had repaired it and it shouldn't leak anymore. Unfortunatelly it still does.
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Dont drive in the rain...problem solved
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Originally Posted by lewisb01 View Post
Dont drive in the rain...problem solved
If you only have stupid commentsto make keep them for yourself.
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Originally Posted by p3230 View Post
If you only have stupid commentsto make keep them for yourself.
Why is that a stupid comment? I don't drive mine in the rain. Hell, it is parked all winter.
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Old 04-30-2013, 06:34 PM
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exactly! like the guy who posted earlier in this thread. its a convertible it's going to leak. So don't drive it in the rain. If it's your DD then I guess your SOL.

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Why is that a stupid comment? I don't drive mine in the rain. Hell, it is parked all winter.
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Old 04-30-2013, 06:49 PM
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My '05 has seen numerous South Florida monsoons over the last 8 years. Never had a leak. Most recent was 2-hour drive thru torrential rain yesterday. Just checked to be sure; bone dry all around, as always.
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I don't even know if mine leaks since I never drive it in the rain or if there is even rain in the forecast lol! I guess WTF do I know on this topic LOL!!

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My '05 has seen numerous South Florida monsoons over the last 8 years. Never had a leak. Most recent was 2-hour drive thru torrential rain yesterday. Just checked to be sure; bone dry all around, as always.
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Originally Posted by lewisb01 View Post
I don't even know if mine leaks since I never drive it in the rain or if there is even rain in the forecast lol! I guess WTF do I know on this topic LOL!!
No leaks at all, except when windows or doors open. 06 original top.
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