New owners are reporting loose or ill-fitting window seals on their 2022 Toyota Tundras. Is it a major issue? No. But it does look bad and for owners who live in wetter climates, it could become a problem when water seeps into the door panel where it shouldn’t be. Is this 2022 Tundra window seal issue something we’ll see a recall for in the future?
I guess we’ll find out.
It seems the seal on the rear windows doesn’t always match up in the lower back corner. It is either too short, coming up and looking loose and sloppy or both. While this tiny gap may not affect the integrity of the vehicle or result in a lot of wind noise or water damage it is frustrating when you’ve just spent $50-60k on a new truck and it looks like shortcuts were taken.
What about the seal popping out? If it’s already coming undone at the corner and you can’t push it in and make it stay, will the wind eventually catch that and make it peel back even further? Only time will tell. Hopefully, if it does become a larger issue, Toyota will approve dealer service centers to replace the seal with one that fits properly.
What do you think of this loose window seal on the 2022 Tundra? Would this upset you or would you just push it back in and go on with your life? Watch the video then let us know in the comments!
I have a 1794 2022 and it has the rear window seals that are cut too short. If it were on the top of the window, it wouldn’t bother me. Being on the bottom of the window, it does annoy me and SHOULD BE A RECALL ISSUE because water IS going to get into those doors.
Thanks for your work in this area.
I purchased a 2022 Toyota Tundra Double Cab Limited, Rear door window seals were popping out. The dealer ordered new seals in March and I just got a call this week that the seals are in and will be changed May 24,2020.