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Bart Luther

2016 connect wagon back hatch water leak

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2016 transit connect wagon. Noticed water in the back of my van several times after a hard rain .I have checked for debris or damage  in the back seal but everything looks OK . Has anyone else had this problem with the big back hatch?  .possibly around the top center brake light . Solutions ? Thanks  trying to post a picture but says file it to large ?

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11 hours ago, Bart Luther said:

Thanks  trying to post a picture but says file it to large ?

Try resizing the image, 1024 pixels wide is good enough and is much smaller in file size.

Any resize app works, or do it online, just a random service http://www.picresize.com/

 

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I have the same issue with mine, and I have the car doors. 

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My barn doors have been tight, no leaks.

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I have the Ford Dealership looking at it today, I will report back with what they find . They suspect the gasket around the up top center brake light .

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There's a sliding seal next to the brake light, is it in place?

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