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cayenneturbo

Roof Leak from rear pillar/roof handle

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I got a roof leak in the passenger rear seat dripping down from the grab handle that is dripping onto the seat.  I just recently started parking the car in my driveway as our garage is filled for the time being.  The car is parked on a good incline so it would drain from the rear.  I did check the front drainage points and they are clear but I dont know where the rear drainage points are.  I would like like to check that before I take off the roof rack and re-seal it.

 

thx

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The grab handle area got wet for me too. Once roof rail removed, I found the gasket above wet area was giving up.  Replaced and it's good now.

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4 hours ago, voodoocat said:

The grab handle area got wet for me too. Once roof rail removed, I found the gasket above wet area was giving up.  Replaced and it's good now.

 

Thank you, where did you get the gasket, I could not locate one

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Posted (edited)

Im about to spread clear silicone around mine..could care less at this frustrating point..

Edited by roberta berks

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I cut plumbing 20mil pipe wrap tape to size and taped on the cleaned roof. Then dab clear caulk where bolt will enter roof.

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