WINDSHIELD WAS REPLACED, BUT WATER IS COMING INTO THE CAB FROM SOMEWHERE
This is fairly common after a windshield has been replaced. Odds are there was a gap in the sealer used, or if the windshield has a rubber seal, that may have problems. Normally the shop that installed the windshield will fix any leaks under warranty. You will have to check with them to see if they will cover it. I would suggest that you make it sound like you are pretty sure the leak is coming from the windshield, in order to get their attention, so that they will check it out for you. If it has been a while since it was replaced then you might have to locate the leak and repair it yourself. If this is the case major auto parts stores carry sealer for windshields. Get in the vehicle, and roll up the windows, and get someone to go around the windshield with a water hose to try to spot the leak. Also even if it has been a while call the shop that installed the windshield, some of them offer lifetime warranty's on the seal of windshields they install. If the leak is coming from another source the water hose trick should help you find the leak regardless of the origin. Good luck with it.
Dec 22, 2010 |
1989 Toyota Pickup SR5