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So is this just me, our are there others. I took my car through a car wash today with the blowers at the end. When I left and got out to wash the windows, I noticed there was water comming down the inside back window! This is the second time I have noticed this. Is this ok? Is it becasue of the blowers? Should I take it to the dealer?
 

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IMO should not leak. :no: Maybe weather stripping not positioned correctly. Not ok because can cause corrosion in the places you can't see. Having said that....on my Krom I have the rear air deflector and a big sticker that states 'Do Not Use Automatic Car Wash. Damage Will Occur'. Don't know your trim but you should go see the dealer. In the mean time......I suggest you do not keep doing the same thing and expecting a different result. People might think you are loco. :D 8)
 

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I have experienced leaking on the rear, driver's side window as well. I thought it might possibly be caused by the roof rack clamps but I guess not. I will call the dealership over the weekend. I noticed the window leak twice during this freakishly rainy summer when the car was parked in the driveway. Two weeks ago while driving through a severe storm, the window was fine (from the water being wicked while in motion?). Please let me know if you hear anything from your dealer or Nissan.
 

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Wow, this is bad news, especially since it does not affect safety... so if the dealer refuses to fix it then you get stuck with it. Best wishes!!!
 

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got our cube washed today and specifically looked out for any leaks, fortunately did not spot anything. i'd take your ride back to the dealer, sounds like faulty window gaskets.
 

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The rear door on my 2009 Cube SL leaks horribly (and it's not just the vents). First time I took it through a carwash, soapy water poured in through the rubber "seals" around the door. Luckily, it drains out the back instead of flowing towards the front. Never park with the front end angled down. If it rains, the water will flow into the car, instead of out the back.
 
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