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Hello,

While repainting the Sundance, I noticed some moisture in the trunk. I had removed the rear spoiler to paint it and the hatchback. The water seems to be comming from either the seal between the rear window and the hatchback lid, the spoiler seal or both.

What works best to keep water out from each of the 2 areas? For lack of knowledge and correct materials, I used a white non-silicone home exterior sealant to seal the spoiler to the lid. Some of it didn't hold up to wind and water but I hoped it would be enough. I noticed when I originally took it apart there was a grey and very tacky (sticky) sealant between the hatch and the spoiler; I would like to use this stuff but I don't recognize the product.

Does anyone know what it is called or how difficult it is to purchase?

What is normally applied between the rear hatchback window na the hatchback or what can be substituted for water protection?
 

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Cle73satellite;

-I like the rubber washer idea.
-instead of paint on the gasket, I may try, colored water, but definitely something I can was off...I like the transfer marking idea.
-while I was reading your post I started thinling of the putty that is used around air conditioners; they was some very tacky grey putty like stuff in there when I took it apart.
 
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