Question about 1991 GMC K1500
Any polyurethane caulk should work, shoe goo might work, the clear siliconized acrylic latex might do it, silicone won't do it. Depends on the window, is it broken? Just making a winter bubble? front glass? Wind? Hope this helps.
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