I honestly don't know where it leaks. The issue is that after a substantial rain I find that the front carpets are soaked, occasionally so much so there there is actually a puddle of water of water on the floor. The dealer service manager, a pretty decent guy, says that they have 2 binders full of recommended solutions for a leaking JKU. Sometimes I think that the problem might be that the dealer only goes so far in attempting to repair or actually determine where the leak is because Jeep will only authorize a certain amount of time to make the repair. Once they spend that amount of time, they give it back and tell me they couldn't fine the location of the leak.
@ zag123 one day the horn suddenly started to sound for no apparent reason, sometimes at 4:30 AM while the Jeep was parked in the driveway, others while I was driving down the road. The first repair was pretty straight forward, they replaced the clock spring and cruise control switch pod. The situation resurfaced, the dealer replace the clock spring and the cruise control switch pod again. Dealer service manager says that unlike the problem with the heads where the issued has been identified and the replacement heads apparently have been fixed of whatever the problem was. They have not identified the actual malfunction in the clock spring - cruise control switch pod, so dealers are being shipped replacement parts that have not be modified as they don't know exactly why the issue is surfacing in only some vehicles and not others. Of all the people on the Forum, I think I have only read of 2 or 3 other people having a problem of the horn sounding on it's own.
Bottom line I love my jeeps!