On my recently deceased 98 f-150 I had to have my rear window replaced.
the guy who replaced it said that (on my model at least) they used a plastic frame and if it's tightened down to tight it will crack so now my dead truck has a new metal framed one. Hope that helped.
just bought a 04 f150 screw, real nice truck, but has anyone had problems with the cab leaking around the rear window or third brake light? if so, how did you fix it?
If your truck is the new body than it's most likely the third break light. There is a tsb for it. I think most people here have fixed it by going to Lowe's and getting some weather stripping and replacing it under the light. That's what the problem is, the factory weather strip has failed or is installed wrong.
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Eight months ago my dealership replaced the gasket on my third light (rear cab-outside). Last week they replaced the headliner when it began to separate from the leak. Point is, if you let them replace it under the warranty, they'll be liable for the headliner too if it should start to separate-
thanks alot for the help! i went to lowes, bought some auto weather strips. took off the light, put on the new weather strips, it worked like a champ! it hasn't leaked since i fixed it and we've had a couple of days of some rain, and no leaks! thanks
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