Jimm 12/22/2012Several possibilities; leaking windshield gasket or seal, leaking door window seal or weathstrip. To repair, check the 'How-To-Guides' feature on the AutoMD website.
3peas2pods 1/21/2013yes like the man above has said, it is probably due to maybe if you bought the car used, the windsheild was replaced but not sealed correctly or, the reapairman didnt remove the old sealant before he installed the new windshield and then adding new caulking making the glass not seat correctly. Also, if you had the windshield replaced under your ownership, you werent happening to be standing right behind him were you? this makes most people nervous and can hasten someone to overlook key details.. lol. but yes. it is probably due to a bad weather stipping job.