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:confused:Anybody with a fourth gen have problems with water leaks in their T-tops?
I only recently detected minor leaks in the inside of my car at each upper corner of the front windshield, running down the pillar. The car was under an extended period of constant rain for almost a full day. Naturally the water collected in the low spots of the floor on both sides. I managed to sponge out access water under the carpet, but do not have a wet-vac which probably should be used.
I did place a container of Damp-Rid for a full day to remove all air-borne dampnest.

I also looked at the rubber moldings around both the T-top and each door (rubber) molding which appear to be in good shape. If anyone knows of a remedy to eliminate minor leaking please let me know.

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I have a 94 and unfortunately IG sits out side. I haven't had any leaks at all. But I do be sure to keep the seals clean. As the po said he always did as well. Said he kept them wiped sparingly with WD 40. Don't know if this is good or not. But my seals look new.

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There is also a way to adjust them slightly if they don't fit exactly right. I think there is a screw in the end of the top of the window frame. I sold mine some time ago, but I seem to remember something like that. Mine never leaked.
 
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