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Old 12-23-2015, 05:40 PM
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2015 Wrangler Water Leaks

Jeep Sahara is now 1 year old and from day 1 was plagued with passenger side water leak running down the forward door gasket. Since this was a warranty I asked that after 6 failed attempts that my dealer get Chrysler involved. They did and replaced every rubber gasket on the Jeep forward of the center pillar. The warranty claim was $2300 +/- but I have no leaks. Morale to this story...be consistent and non threatening. They really want to fix the problems.

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Jeep Sahara is now 1 year old and from day 1 was plagued with passenger side water leak running down the forward door gasket. Since this was a warranty I asked that after 6 failed attempts that my dealer get Chrysler involved. They did and replaced every rubber gasket on the Jeep forward of the center pillar. The warranty claim was $2300 +/- but I have no leaks. Morale to this story...be consistent and non threatening. They really want to fix the problems.
You are in the wrong forum if you are looking for sympathy from TJ owners. The rest of us here are trying to save our rusty frames and wobbly tie-rods from self destruction on a daily basis. Heck, a little water in your new 2014 Jeep, and a warranty claim is nothing!

I'll give the "TJ Forum" answer to your leak problem 6 years from now when the warranty runs out and the leak comes back: Here it is. . .slap some RTV sealant on it, and forget about it. You have bigger fish to fry, like that rear main seal leak.

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I'll give the "TJ Forum" answer to your leak problem 6 years from now when the warranty runs out and the leak comes back: Here it is. . .slap some RTV sealant on it, and forget about it. You have bigger fish to fry, like that rear main seal leak.
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Old 12-27-2015, 02:34 PM   #5
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I have the same problem on my 2014 JK. The water leaks into the passenger footwell. When it leaks is inconsistent; sometimes when it rains and other time no apparent reason (ie car wash, etc). Jeep fixed it once by replacing gaskets on roof. Now noevidence it's coming from roof. ????????
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Pull the rubber out of the floor to stop the water pooling up.
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You are in the wrong forum if you are looking for sympathy from TJ owners. The rest of us here are trying to save our rusty frames and wobbly tie-rods from self destruction on a daily basis. Heck, a little water in your new 2014 Jeep, and a warranty claim is nothing!

I'll give the "TJ Forum" answer to your leak problem 6 years from now when the warranty runs out and the leak comes back: Here it is. . .slap some RTV sealant on it, and forget about it. You have bigger fish to fry, like that rear main seal leak.
I had a 04 Tj and now have 14 jk with a door leak. I never had wobbly tie rods on my TJ maybe its because I fixed them when they got bad like a leaking door.

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