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Q: Door leaking in rain

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The driver's door leaks when it rains.

A: If the vehicle has not been involved in an ...

If the vehicle has not been involved in an accident that could cause the door to be misaligned, even after a body repair, the problem could be a damaged weatherstrip gasket. This is common in older vehicles as the weatherstripping tears or comes loose. A certified mechanic should be able to inspect and determine if the gasket needs replacing or if the door needs adjusting.

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