Thanks for this DIY write-up Roy. I read it over but I do not think that I need to pull out my rear window to fix a small leak I have in the lower right side. (What I see is some drops of water in the trunk when it is raining.) I had leaks in the lower corners of my front windshield and what I did was get the non hardening MB windshield caulking. I was able to slip the flat nozzle under the windshield gasket, pump in the caulking and it solved the problem beautifully.
I would like to do the same with the rear windshield but there is no room to get the nozzle under the gasket. Can I take out the chrome trim, which I assume is holding everything tight, get some caulking under the gasket, then replace the chrome trim? Before I start to pry, pull and possibly do some damage, I thought it would be wise to ask for some advice from someone that has had this apart.
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