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Driver side rear door leak

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Interior Forum [GEN 2]' started by GLF5, Aug 13, 2019 at 7:46 PM.

  1. GLF5

    GLF5 Member

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    I've noticed a small pool of water on the plastic door sill after a rain. I dried everything up and poured water on the rear drivers side glass and let it run down into the glass sweeper (outside). I found water dripping out of the bottom of the interior door panel which doesn't happen on any of the other doors. Ideas? I'm thinking I need to remove the door panel but haven't found any great instructions on doing that.
     
  2. smurfslayer

    smurfslayer Be vewwy, vewwy quiet. We’re hunting sasquatch77

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    it’s not hard; 2 screws on the bottom, they go in at an angle IIRC. screws around the door handle trim come out. Pop the panel loose with plastic trim panel removers. I got a kit off amazon for like 25 bucks used. once free, lift upwards and you can suspend the panel or remove the door latch assembly. I did this for my speaker upgrade, probably a few posts detailing this in the audio forum.
     
  3. sickboy87

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    You should take it in for some warranty work. Mine builds up slight condensation on bottom door sill, but I attribute that to removing the rubber drain plugs on all doors. I removed them due to my doors freezing in cold temperatures and it has since been resolved.
     

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