Also...anyone checking, water won't necessarily be in the spare wheel well. It runs down the c pillars and fill the areas behind the side trunk trim panels.
Oh man; that's not good. But can you clarify where exactly you found moisture in the wheel well, just to know? And you found moisture/water in BOTH places (trunk and wheel well)? Thanks man.I had water leaking into my trunk after washing my car or leaving out in the rain. My car is a 2019 and it rests in a garage. I would see moisture/water drops from right above the driver's side wheel well in my case.
I guess you didn't read my post then. My car is garaged all the damn time and the sealer is still splitting.Thank you for that clarification. So guess all of us who garage the car shouldn't worry then. But it still sucks that it happens in less than 6 years under the sun. You never hear that kind of thing on any other car. Good luck OP, and keep us posted. Hopefully they won't damage your paint, forcing you to take it to a body shop.
Most cars don't these days. I don't even know of any cars in the last several years that still use a rubber molding around the front & rear glass.Why don't these cars have proper rubber moldings around the perimeter of the glass, to cover the gap? Some designer thought this looks sleeker?
Body seams are the second major cause of water leaking in your car.You never hear that kind of thing on any other car.