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water ingress 5 door at rear passenger doors


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One question:

is it usual that after a visit at the car wash there will be some water-drops inside the truck, between the fixed glass(quarter light) and the seal at the rear passenger doors?
the only information i found in the web is this:http://www.myfreelander.com/bodyprobs8.htm.

after rainy days there will be also some water between the seal an fixed glass.

Thank you for answers.

All I can say buddy is that does not sound as if it is normal. I jet washed mine yesterday and it was dry as a bone inside. I know this does not help you too much but maybe its time you started looking for a leak on your rear door seal. Good luck.
I've just had my 5 door in the garage for a similar problem. Turns out there were adhesive pads fitted onto the small fixed window, below the trim, which were absorbing moisture. They were probably fitted by the previous owner to eliminate a vibration/rattle. The pads have now been removed and the seals have had silicon put in and all seems okay at the moment. Didn't take long but the garage had to remove the door trim so i let them do it on 6 month warranty.
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