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Town and Countrty: 2010 Chrysler Town and Country very dusty

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2010 Chrysler Town and Country very dusty inside, you can almost chew it. Had rear door seal replaced and didn't help at all
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: Dodge
Expert:  Mike S. replied 5 months ago.
Was the rear door seal bad? If not, why did you replace it? Is it leaking in from that rear door?Is it dusty outside where it is parked?You may want to wait until nitetime and then try to find the leak if it's that large maybe you can crawl around inside with a bright flashlight and shine it everywhere you can think of and have someone outside look for the light coming through.
Expert:  Mike S. replied 5 months ago.
Either that way or calling around to a shop that has a smoke machine like when for testing for EVAP leaks and ask them to check it for a leak.
Customer: replied 5 months ago.
The rear seal was replaced as a precaution but was in good shape. It made no difference. As soon as you pull on to gravel the dust just rolls into the back, but we can't tell where from
Expert:  Mike S. replied 5 months ago.
Use a process of elimination then. Tape up all the spots around each window and door, then drive it and first of all make sure no dust comes in and then remove one piece of tape at a time until the dust comes in. Then you can remove all the tape and then just tape up that one spot to make sure that is the only spot, then if so, find out why it's leaking.

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