Cargo window leaking when it rains.

Asked by Jun 04, 2015 at 11:49 AM about the 2011 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2011 Outback leaks water in the rear cargo window...what can be done.

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Did you suffer some kind of physical damage? You're saying that the window seal has failed? How many people are on your car and what area of the country do you live?

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You could call a window expert or even call AAA. They do mobile windshield replacements, tell them that you would like your rear window replaced and sealed up. They may charge you, but, at least they'll send out a qualified person to do this. Good luck.

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Kathy, did you get this resolved? Water leaks can ruin your car's interior.

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Just discovered a water leak in my rear window of my 2011 outback. Was yours resolved?

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I would take it to the dealer and have them check your window gaskets and seals. You're right, water damage can ruin your interior and you'll definitely need this resolved before Winter.

Just had one in the shop, removed the upper interior trim around the inside of the hatch glass. Had assistant spray stream of water first around hatch seal area, then around glass seal area, then around 3rd brake light. Leak was at 3rd brake light. Removed and sealed.

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