The jeep is completely unsafe, there is no hope for it and should be junked before someone gets hurt or even worse wet! I would be happy to dispose of it for you and would even pay you 300.00 for your troubles! Let me know when you would like me to pick it up!!!
2013 jku. Manual trans, 2.5in teraflex lift with 1in spacers,35in duratracs, soft top, ace rear bumper, poison Spyder front bumper, smittybuilt winch, 4:88s with eaton elockers front and rear. Spod, rigid LEDs, rugged ridge snorkel and the list goes on and on... 0lllllll0
I plan on installing some hydraulic jacks on my front axle. When I park I will engage the jack, thereby lifting the front of the Jeep up about one foot higher than the rear. I think this should fix the water drainage when opening door problem. Look for me to be selling these in the near future for only $1,299 shipped.
2013 Commando Sport. Rock Krawler 2.5" X-Factor lift. 35" MT/R's, 17x9 Pacer black wheels. ProRock 44 front axle. RCV shafts, ARB front and rear lockers. 4.56 gears. Coast 1310 drive shafts. TeraFlex adjustable tire carrier. AEV front bumper. Warn 9.5 CTI winch. TrekArmor seat covers, Spiderweb shade
2007-2010 (JK) Jeep Wrangler Concern: Water leak from the top of the front doors. Water is from rain/carwash. Cause: The door seal weatherstrips (attached to the doors) were not ideally designed and need to be replaced. Revised parts are available. Resolution: Replace both door weatherstrips. They are very easy to replace. Details: The Jeep Wrangler top system (softtop and Freedom Top equipped) is designed to repel normal rain and carwashing only. Do not expect it to seal against high pressure water.
I found shoving a plastic water (or whatever) bottle between the top of door surround and the soft top (right where the stream occurs) will redirect the rain water elsewhere. I just leave a bottle up there all the time (except when the top is down, duh) its like having another cup holder.
Actually, anything that fits in there and pushes up on the soft top will work.