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This is more of an annoyance than a problem I think. When its been raining and I go to get in to my vehicle all the water on the roof falls in to the vehicle and on the seat/myself. I never had this happen on any vehicle but now with the Renegade I'm having to remind myself to wipe away all the water above the door before opening it. Anyone else notice this?
 

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This is more of an annoyance than a problem I think. When its been raining and I go to get in to my vehicle all the water on the roof falls in to the vehicle and on the seat/myself. I never had this happen on any vehicle but now with the Renegade I'm having to remind myself to wipe away all the water above the door before opening it. Anyone else notice this?
I have noticed this as well. The problem is I always forget about it when getting in, the water usually gets me and does not go inside.
 

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I've never noticed water falling in but I have noticed that when I wash the sills if I don't dry them well they will still be wet a few days later. I'm a little worried when we start getting the melt-freeze-melt-freeze that happens around here when the snow starts. I'm planning on making sure that I don't leave any snow on the roof to melt and refreeze.

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This is more of an annoyance than a problem I think. When its been raining and I go to get in to my vehicle all the water on the roof falls in to the vehicle and on the seat/myself. I never had this happen on any vehicle but now with the Renegade I'm having to remind myself to wipe away all the water above the door before opening it. Anyone else notice this?
Simple answer, oh yes!! Does your Renegade have a floor tray under the engine? We have had mice in our engine and needed replacement windscreen washer tubing!! We are getting a floor tray and hope that it helps, but wonder if the car should have come with one in situ.
 
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