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1995 bronco rear window leak

Rear window leaks when it rains. cant tell exactly where leak it. do i just need to replace the rubber seal or is there more to it than that?

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Replace the rubber seal,but there may be more to it,the window track could be rusted causing the window not to be tight to the rubber seal

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