2012 Cummins Ram 6.7L MM3 tuner full 5" Flo Pro TBE Exhaust LWBCC 4x4 Mag Hytec Double Deep Transmission Pan , Mag Hytec Rear Diff Cover
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So I just did the Mopar kit cab lights on my truck the other day. Found a great youtube video about it (link below). I originally went with the same mentality as the guy in the video and didn't use any silicone. Water test instantly showed leaking on the drivers side screws. Tightened them down, still leaked. Replaced the plastic washers with metal washers recommended here. Still leaked. Replaced those washers with some faucet rubber O-rings, and added some Adhesive Silicone to all the screw tops. No leaks....yet...
This video is really good at showing how to drop the headliner (way easier than you'd think), and highly recommend!
Now that my silicone on the screws is dry, I really wish I had run a bead of silicone around the entire bottom of the rubber though, driving through some heavy rain last night I found myself paranoid-ly thinking more about the headliner getting wet than getting myself home!
We'll see how it holds up. Worst case scenario, they do leak and then I'll pop them all up to run a bead around the entire bottom of the light.
2016 Ram 2500 CCSB SLT
Tuned by Ray at DRD