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Ugh sorry man. Its the worst I went through it also. A lot of guys have luck with the silicone route if you dont wanna replace the window. If ur insurance covers glass maybe the back window was smashed by accident and is covered under your glass policy...
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agree with @mikeru82 and I just went through this after getting my 2020 in October and spending multiple trips to the dealer... eventually they found all the leaks, but I agree it is pretty frustrating.
Im curious of all the guys that went with RTV how that holds up over time. I had my rear window replaced under warranty but I'm curious if it will come back.
Also, for all the guys with issues... does your auto-insurance not have 100% glass coverage? In my state we are forced to carry it.
In my opinion it wasn't worth bringing it to the dealer to install it regardless of its under warranty or not. For $60 and about 45min I'd rather do it myself than have to deal with driving to the dealer or even having to speak with them and go back and forth about them pretending they can't...