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I just found out that I have a leak on the drivers side of my cab. The carpet is dry on the side of the fender and the tranny as well as the carpet under the pedals. I can't figure out where it is coming from. The truck is parked on a slight slope, with the passenger side being about 6" lower. I pulled the kick panel off and started to pull the carpet up a little and so far no signs of a leak. Any one ever have this happen to them? Looking for suggestions! Thanks.

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Thats a good one... Hmmm... Door seals, windshield glue leaking, windows seals, a-pillar seals (rubber plugs), etc... Just a few quick ideas of where to look. I've actually seen where windshields actually dripped right on the carpet below...

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I'd be looking really close at the upper door gasket. It's an item that gets wear. Other than that... Roof top clearance lights??? I had them leak once in the driving rain, got water into the overhead console. It could only have come from them. I disassembled them & could not find a fault. Reassembled them with a touch of silicone sealer. It has not leaked again. Russ

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had an 03 that i had to replace the cab light gaskets and my 01 is leaking drivers side up at the top...lmc truck has all of those goods>>>and the magazine is free.maybe after i replace all of the door(s) gaskets the wind will be blocked out also.

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I don't know how we can answer this post.You told us you have a leak but only said where it was dry.Where is it wet?

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