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rear window leaks

Discussion in 'General Chevy & GM Tech Questions' started by Silverado1500, Mar 7, 2010.

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  1. Silverado1500

    Silverado1500 Rockstar 100 Posts

    i was at the car wash today and i noticed that the rear window leaks. what is the best way to fix this?
  2. lancer

    lancer Epic Member 5+ Years 500 Posts ROTM Winner

    is the actuall window leaking? i found on my work truck the 3rd brake light was leaking and it was running in and looked like it was from the rear window. i took it out and cleaned around it and put some silicone around it and fixed it. just a thought
  3. Silverado1500

    Silverado1500 Rockstar 100 Posts

    im not sure. but water gets inside. it comes down from the rear window. but on the 2 side ones next to the window where you can slide to open it
    but i will check that light
  4. Silverado003

    Silverado003 New Member

    That happened to me too, I put scotch tape around the glass in the cab i i seal it with black silicone , the problem end
    very importan : 1- scotch tape
    2- pass the finger just 1 time
    3-dont wait to silicone dry to take off the tape.
    Good luck
  5. Silverado003

    Silverado003 New Member

    ah I forgot the 3rd brake light also seal it.
  6. Silverado1500

    Silverado1500 Rockstar 100 Posts

    thanks for the help. ill probably work on it this weekend
  7. rjohnson67

    rjohnson67 New Member

    I remember I though I had water coming in through my rear window but it was actually the 3rd brake light. I used silicone to seal it up.

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