Customer may comment on finding water in the rear interior of the cab.
Note: The cracks can be in the left and/or right side of the rear sliding window plastic upper rail glass guide which is covered by the roof rear spoiler. Examples of a left (1), then right side (2) visual crack (with the spoiler removed) are shown in the graphics above.
The cause of the condition may be cracking in the rear sliding window plastic upper rail glass guide. The plastic upper rail glass guide may develop small fractures/cracking which allows water to pass through on the glass side of the urethane that attaches to the vehicle body.
Important: When verifying this condition, ensure that the water leak path is due to cracks in the rear sliding window plastic upper rail glass guide, and NOT a leak in the primary urethane seal, between the window and the body.
A leak in the primary urethane seal should be addressed by removing and resealing the window, using the standard service procedure from SI.
R & R the roof rear spoiler and apply seam sealer to the rear sliding window top encapsulate, following the steps in the Service Procedure below.
Some customers may comment of a squeak, creak, itch, or rubber type noise heard from the IP dash or center console area. The noise may be duplicated by the following:
Driving over bumps (noise may go away if coasting or if transmission is shifted into “N”)
Brake torqueing in drive (noise may not occur when brake torqueing in reverse)
This noise could be caused by the engine harness rubbing on the floor pan above the transmission (item numbers 4 and 5), as shown below. The photos below were taken from under the vehicle looking up along the driver’s side of the transmission bell housing.