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Wondering if anyone else has had this problem and looking for any fixes

When getting a car wash or sitting in rain, the driver door leaks through right above the window switches. The weather seals look in tack. Wondering if there's a way to cure that or if replacing the door seals is a doable job. Thanks
 

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Close the door on about a three inch wide piece of paper in that spot. Now pull the paper out to see how the resistance is and determine at that point if the seal is collapsed or if perhaps a window frame adjustment is needed. I would start by treating the seals and go from there.
 
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Consider this or similar. Not sure where you live with your SS, but your local weather may influence how often to use it. Slop it on, let it set for few, and wipe off excess. Perhaps wishful thinking, but it seemed to help tame the wind noise.

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Good stuff, remedied mine. I was getting drips on interstate in steady rain. The Honda grease solved it. Another reason is opening and closing doors when car is wet, not a leak but had me thinking there was. Some discussion here on the forum brought up seal on sun roof. Can't recall if or how that was resolved.

Consider this or similar. Not sure where you live with your SS, but your local weather may influence how often to use it. Slop it on, let it set for few, and wipe off excess. Perhaps wishful thinking, but it seemed to help tame the wind noise.

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Sunroof drains were brought up in past
 
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