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Old 08-23-2018, 12:57 AM   #1
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Leaky Window Help!

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We had REALLY heavy rains the last week. I found a huge puddle of water in the garage of my 2015 3970 Voltage. I got it all cleaned up and dried out. Then we had heavy rains again a few days later and I found the leak coming from the bottom of the window. The point in the picture is where it is coming in from. The frame is completely dry inside the window and I can find no moisture anywhere else except where indicated.



So, Can I fix this myself? Do I have to remove the window to fix it? What type of windows do I have? are there any videos to help me with the process or any instructiions? I saw some people are using Butyl tape to replace the seal. Is that the recommended fix? Any advice would be fine.
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