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I ended up taking my Terrain to my normal independent shop. He said there were two factory cut holes along the pillars of the rear hatch that had some type of tape (like a thicker duct tape) over them that had deteriorated. He said he put a new patch and seal over the holes. It seems to have stopped the water getting in for my case. Honestly I think you'll have to just take it somewhere and have them run their water test to find the leak. My mechanic had my truck for 2 days hunting down the leak. He had to take interior panels off to find out where the water was leaking from.
 

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I found those patches to be leaking on my 2013 terrain- easy to fix by removing the tail lights and block back up with duct tape. Would make more sense to put a rubber grommet in the hole though. However, I still have leaking. seems to be coming in the bumper area- I get a small leak when hosing water over just the area by the lower tailgate and can watch it leak in there. Not sure of the fox for that.
 
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