I did a search on this in the forum and wasn't coming up with an answer that reflected my problem accurately, so I decided to start a new thread.
I have a 2012 2-door Rubicon. Last Friday it got rained on pretty heavy while driving in to work. That evening during my drive home, and on Saturday, I heard a sound of water gurgling. At the moment I dismissed it as air in the heater coil, since that seems to be a common problem.
However, this morning some water leaked onto the passenger door while backing out of the driveway. I was running a bit late, so I didn't stop right that moment to look into it. Then, when I was getting off of the highway in the city, I stopped at a red light and water came out around the passenger screw that installs through the sound bar to secure the roof. When I got to work I opened the passenger door and could see where water was leaking out from a hole in the bottom of the roll bar above the passenger door.
So I am wondering if there is something I did putting the roof back on that may have caused this. Also, how do I address the water that is in the roll bar now? I have had the Jeep for a year and a half, and have never had this problem before.