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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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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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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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I had a quasi-roof leak. The location was at the top, rear corner of the passenger rear door where the weather stripping at the back of the door opening and the top of the door meet. The corner where they meet was not fully covered. When in the pressure wash car wash, the leak would run into the headliner next to the pillar. I just caulked it with black silicone to match the weather stripping and it was good to go.
 
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