Leaks...could it be running lights?

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donandlin

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Our 2014 Holiday Rambler Ambassador is leaking at the top of the entry door above the shade.  So it?s not the door.  Could it be the running lights on the front cap?  Can they be removed?  It looks like they could stand some new sealant.
 

Back2PA

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It absolutely could be the running lights, fairly common from what I?ve heatd
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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Could be, though that sort of leak usually ends up in the ceiling or around the inner sides of the windshield.  The lights are in the front cap, so the water trickles down the inside ofthat.

Other possibilities:  The leak you describe is a fairly common symptom of a leak where the front cap joins the roof & body, or possibly where the roof joins the sidewall above the door, so check those too. Also check the mounts for the door awning.
 

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