NUMBER: 23-026-07 REV. A
DATE: August 29, 2007
Windshield Frame Header Seal – Butyl Adhesive Squeeze-Out At Top Corners
This bulletin involves removing excess butyl adhesive from the ends of the windshield header seal.
2007 – **2008** (JK) Wrangler
NOTE: ** This bulletin applies to Wrangler vehicles equipped with a soft top or combination top, built on or before August 24, 2007 (MDH 0824XX). **
The customer may notice an excessive amount of adhesive (butyl) at the top of the A-Pillar, left and/or right side. The excess butyl adhesive comes from the windshield header seal. If sufficient heat is present, the adhesive may adhere to the windshield, door frame, door seal, or door glass. Under certain conditions, the adhesive may pull on the door seal and loosen the seal from the door frame.
I have this on my rear soft window retaining bar…black sticky goo squeezing out.
I have this on the left side at the top of the door post. Thanks for posting the info, I’m due for service next week.
i had the same thing on the left upper door post.removed it myself easly with some solvent.
had this happen and got it replaced and now there is a water leak from a bad install job and getting it replaced again.
I noticed this on the middle of my windshield….
What kind of solvent is good to use??