Question about 2006 Jeep Commander
Get some clear silicone sealant in a squeeze tube at wal-mart. gently pry the rubber around the windshield away from the body and put a long bead of the silicone down into in the groove. start on top in the middle and go completely around. do not use a screwdriver or other metal tool to pry the rubber or you will scratch the paint. if you see detritus in the groove, brush it out with an old toothbrush and a hand vacuum before you put the sealant in. do not go overboard with the sealant, trim the excess off after it sets up.
if that does not work you are going to have to pull the panel which covers the wiper assembly and find and fix the leak in that well.
dealing with a problem like this is a clue as to why you should never, ever get a car with a sun or moon roof. they only leak always and forever.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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