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Rear window leak


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44 minutes ago, 2016 Sierra Owner said:

The motor stays. The window has a gearbox and cables that attaches to the motor. Separate the gearbox from the motor  and remove the window.


Is there anything you can do to repurpose the switch that used to open the slider?  Or, is that just a dead switch now?

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9 hours ago, GN2018 said:


Is there anything you can do to repurpose the switch that used to open the slider?  Or, is that just a dead switch now?

Probably just a dead switch. It's more than likely connected to the BCM and that would require someone to program it to do something else if possible.

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4 hours ago, 2016 Sierra Owner said:

Probably just a dead switch. It's more than likely connected to the BCM and that would require someone to program it to do something else if possible.

I had the dealership replace the slider with a solid window, but now my interior lights don’t work. Wondering if having that slider components completed some kind of circuit, or if it’s something else unrelated. Anyone else have this issue?

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On 4/9/2022 at 8:54 PM, Jrodpic said:

I highly suggest anyone with a rear window leak buy some of the Trim-Lok .25” solid tubing and put it in the top gap of the spoiler. Was a cheap easy fix for me that worked for over a year and a half.

 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NL4D2T8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_JPZ941D56Z6QBW5JNSPD

I have a small leak. No headliner staining. My truck is parked inside most of the time so I don’t really want the dealership tearing my truck apart 4 or 5 times and possibly making it worse. I’m interested in this trim-lok meathod. Do you just put the trim-lok in the gap between the spoiler and window or do you mean the gap around the spoiler on top of the truck. Is any sealant used? Thanks for the help in advance.

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