Nothing can really ruin your day more than when you climb into your Jeep, only to find water has leaked through your hardtop Freedom panels. Frustrating, right? All over the seat, dash, floor, maybe even that new radio. Hopefully not, but once things start leaking then anything can happen. Or not, if you have this Mopar original Hardtop Foam Blocker Seal Kit. See, depending on how often you pull those Freedom panels on and off, the original weatherstripping can wear out or get damaged. Which easily leads to that water leakage. So using this seal kit to replace those compromised pieces on various parts of your Freedom panels, will ensure everything is locked up tight once those panels are installed.
Peace of Mind: These 16-piece factory original seals exactly match the original ones on your Freedom panels, so you can rest assured they fit and function the same.
Smooth Install: Adhesive backing allows you to cleanly press on and secure these kit pieces. Simply clean the area first with an alcohol wipe and attach the items.
Backed by Warranty: Products come with a 1-year limited warranty should any manufacturing defect affect use of the product.
- Features: Foam Molded
- Shipping Weight: 0.3lb
- Shipping Dimensions: 13in x 9in x 2in (L x W x H)
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Mopar Hardtop Foam Blocker Seal Kit Reviews
Product appears to be good quality, of course it hasn't rained since I replaced the seals. I ended up with 3 extra seals, I'm guessing they were optional or for a different roof?? Diagrams would have helped, instead I matched up the seals by shape and size to the worn ones on each roof section.
After replacing all the flat seals to fix a leak at the drivers side B pillar, my leak moved to the center of the sound bar. I still had the three tubes left over from the seal kit and finally figured out where the three tubes were supposed to go.... The big tube goes inside the weather stripping above the groove where the two freedom tops meet. You have to pull out the old compressed tubing, and replace with the new one. The two smaller tubes fit inside the weather stripping where the two freedom tops meet along the center line. You can see the old ones inside the weather stripping at the front and back of the freedom top. Hope this helps! I couldn’t find where to replace these three pieces anywhere. Once installed my freedom tops sealed perfectly again with no leaks! Another tip is once you installed all the seals, replace the freedom tops, close all your windows, and turn on the Air conditioning. This pressurized the interior of the Jeep and you just spray the seams on the outside with soapy water. If there are any leaks, it will make bubbles so you know where your leaks are.
Went on well with no problems. Leak problem was still not solved, found freedom tops were warped and had to replace those to fix problem.