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Sit inside the Jeep and get someone to hose down that door with water. Try to see or feel where the leak is coming from. Check all your door weatherstripping.
 

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I had this issue with a freedom top. The passenger side panel goes first, then the drivers side panel. Also, to make it nice and water tight, first lock the front latch (above the sun shade) and then screw in the round bolt (don't know the technical name for it). Do this on both sides before you lock the remaining latches. Works for me each time. Been in massive rainstorms since, no leaks.

Also applying a little petroleum jelly to rubber weather stripping will soften it to make a good seal in case its dried out in extreme summers or hardened up in extreme winters.

I'm Canadian, we use vinegar in winters and vaseline in summers on all weather stripping. Always works!
 
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