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Just found out my trucks leaking water inside my the front visor :banghead: anyone else have this problem and how should i go about fixing it?
 

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:ditto: I made a left hand turn coming out of my Sub one day and water poured out of the sun visor clip. Resealed clearance lights, not a problem from that day on.
 

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I had the same problem, but I had just launched at the strip. Can you imagine the "WTF" when that happened. :hehe:



 

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Had the same problem before. Luckily it was on the passenger side, so it was just my wife getting the water dripped on her.

If you overtighten your cablights, it is also possible to crack them. That's what happened to me :thumbsup:
 

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If you overtighten your cablights, it is also possible to crack them. That's what happened to me :thumbsup:
After seeing what Brian's battery cables looked like on his truck I think I know what happened there :w: :hehe:

There was just road debris that made it under the seal on my truck, clean and reinstall.
 

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Yea i have factory cab lights so I'll definitely check them once this rain lets up..thanks guys
 

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I had water dripping from the overhead occasionally. I found my cab lights had loosened.. I back the screws off & retightened. I try to park so water runs away from cab lites (nose high) rather than slightly nose low.
 

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Mine does this on the passenger side as well. Haven't gotten around to tightening the cab lights yet though.
 

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I put some gasket maker on both sides of the factory rubber gasket, tightened them down and no more leaks.
 

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Mine (recons) actually leaked around the screws. But a dab of silicon in each, cured the problem.



 

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Mine (recons) actually leaked around the screws. But a dab of silicon in each, cured the problem.
:agree2: The screws were allowing the leak. Used clear silicone. Don't over tighten.
 
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