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Old 05-06-2019, 03:55 AM   #1
Pagan Wizard
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The roof on my 2012 Crosstour just started leaking recently. I searched YouTube and found many newer vehicles, all manufacturers, with this kind of problem. Then I finally found this video that shows how to repair, and permanently stop the leaks. The guy in this video used tub and tile caulk, I am planning on using Seam Seal, which is actually intended to be used in this type of repair, but the steps he performed are the same as I will be doing. This video is not mine, I am sharing it to help anyone here in need.


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Old 05-10-2019, 05:09 PM   #2
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My 2012 has never leaked. Even with the back of the roof lifted, light rain will not leak into the interior. That amazed me.
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Old 05-11-2019, 03:43 PM   #3
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I'm confused. Are you saying water is getting inside your vehicle via the weatherstrip channel?
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Old 05-16-2019, 10:45 PM   #4
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The roof on my 2012 Crosstour just started leaking recently. I searched YouTube and found many newer vehicles, all manufacturers, with this kind of problem. Then I finally found this video that shows how to repair, and permanently stop the leaks. The guy in this video used tub and tile caulk, I am planning on using Seam Seal, which is actually intended to be used in this type of repair, but the steps he performed are the same as I will be doing. This video is not mine, I am sharing it to help anyone here in need.


I’m assuming you verified there wasn’t a blockage somewhere around the seals. That was the first step the “water expert” did when I was getting water pooling under my rear seat. Where are you noticing the leakage? What conditions? Mine turned out to be a leak around the fuel door, but they checked along the route of the rear wiper fluid tubing/connection to ensure it wasn’t coming from their or the sunroof
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