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Anyone else notice that when it rains the water from the wipers comes in when your side window is open just a crack...

Seems the water channels on the windshield work until the water hits the roof channels and instead of following those goes to the side of the door and falls in.
 

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I'm on a waiting list for weathertech to market these for a c-hr. I really prefer them because they (usually) don't require an adhesive... They just fit snuggly into the window channel. Anyone else who might be interested should contact them too... Maybe that would expedite the development!
 

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Replacing the weather stripping isn't going to do anything for this issue. It's not seeping in from the door frame itself, it's coming from the window itself. The rain guards would be perfect for that. That's essentially all you can really do.
 

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I'm on a waiting list for weathertech to market these for a c-hr. I really prefer them because they (usually) don't require an adhesive... They just fit snuggly into the window channel. Anyone else who might be interested should contact them too... Maybe that would expedite the development!
DONE! on the Weathertech Canada website
 

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This is a common problem with a lot of cars, made the mistake once with my windows open and car not moving. Decided it would be a good idea to squirt out some wiper fluid and wipe the windshield...
 

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Have genuine Toyota ones and these are sticked on the outside. Tested it and they still on it after topspeed. :)
Aftermarket ones mostly clamped into the window channel. The glass will be pushed into that space too when closing.. dont like that.
 

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Received the WeatherTech Deflectors. Build quality seems substantial. Very Easy install and I can pull them out with no effort whatsoever if I ever need to...Sweet! They project far enuff from the car that i can roll down the window, maybe 2-3 inches below the deflector without water dripping in (I cant fully substantiate this claim, as it hasn't rained yet).
 

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Received the WeatherTech Deflectors. Build quality seems substantial. Very Easy install and I can pull them out with no effort whatsoever if I ever need to...Sweet! They project far enuff from the car that i can roll down the window, maybe 2-3 inches below the deflector without water dripping in (I cant fully substantiate this claim, as it hasn't rained yet).
Do you have pics of yours installed? I would like to see the inchannel ones and how they look.
 
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