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We've been going through some heavy rain in Seattle this season. And I noticed on a few occasions rain is leaking through the seals from the top of the rear cargo doors. Has anyone else have these issues? Should I take it back to the dealership for them to fix? Or is there a quick fix to this?
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Why wouldn't you take it to dealer to at least get it documented?

I'm all for self fixes, but for 40K plus for a tin box, cover yourself
 

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I actually noticed something similar on my brand new 2020 but it was in the form of trails of dried dirty wet streaks I kinda guessed it was from melting snow combined with our dirt roads getting into the van somehow. And then I forgot about it until you mentioned this.
 

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Take it to the dealer and leave it for 3-4 days, or adjust the strike bolt to close the doors tighter in about 5 minutes.
I would definitely try to take it by and have them see it, just in case it's a mfg defect. I know a lot of the sliders were/are warped; those are big doors. The door gaskets SHOULD compensate for minor warpage, though.
 
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Thanks for the feedback. I'm scheduled to take my van in for them to repair the roof damage that was done prior to my purchasing it. I will mention the leaks.
 
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