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Wet Jump Cavity

Felt my behind my jump seat as far forward where its near the driver door and its soaked. Its dark out so i cant see anything and it's going to be raining for a few more days. Has anyone heard or had this happen?
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Might be the third brake light, sliding back window, or seal around back window. If you have a 4-door could be the seal on the half door too. I know mine would leak there when I went through a car wash.
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Third brake light leaking? My screws work loose on my third brake light...too much vibration from 30k+ mile mud terrains. Have to keep tightening them up.

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I dont want to sound like a jerk, but you probably have a leak somewhere.

There is a small rubber grommet thing below the jumpseat that is above a body bolt. Maybe the rubber thing is loose? It might leak if youve been driving over mud puddles or something, but I dont know.

Check your rear window for leaks. Just naming off a few things it might be.

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i have a 2 door. my third is completely sealed but i will double check everything listed.
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do it the right way and do a water test




my leak was coming from the passenger side door seal parallel to the windshield
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Oooo nicer ranger lol. I'll look into it when it's not a monsoon
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Oooo nicer ranger lol. I'll look into it when it's not a monsoon
yeah this rain is pissing me off lol
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-left a window open
-spilled a drink
-sneezed... a whole lot..
-it was just a dream
-you're on drugs

may want to check on those too.
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