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Water stains on the upper door trim (passenger side)

I am getting water stains on the passenger side door trim at the top of the window where it meets the headliner. There is no indication of a water leak into the car ... can it be a drain problem in the door and how do I fix it...

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  • jayrlucas Jul 21, 2008

    The stain is not on the headliner itself ..thought about the sunroof... the stain is on the top of the door itself which leads to think its in the door ...somewhere....

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The weather strip may be bad.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

  • Kirk Vivian
    Kirk Vivian Jul 21, 2008

    Does it have a sun roof? I'm not too familiar with that car, sorry.

  • Kirk Vivian
    Kirk Vivian Jul 22, 2008

    It's the wheather strip then.

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