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Door seals leaking

When it rains a black line runs down the side of my 2006 rav 4 from the door handles, antenna, fuel door and mirrors.

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    The 2006 Sebring Conv seems to have the same problem that when it rains the both front windows leak. (top is in good condition).. I think it may be the door seals..

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Maybe the shop that you bring it too uses a lube on these parts when your in for servicing? I would suggest bringing it to a car cleaning shop to have them look at it and make a recommendation.

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The rain water is coming in the Left Upper Side; and either coming down the "A" Pillar, or traveling underneath the trim on the inside roof and coming down the "B" Pillar.
The only other explanantion is a torn, worn, cracked or dislocated Weather Seal on one or both of the doors, allowing rain water to come in. Inspect very carefully these Weather Seals, especially on the top front portion of the rear door.
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