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All, I have a 2015 Frontier. When it rains the spoiler fills with water and does not drain unless you open the tailgate. Anyone else had this problem? If so, how did you solve it? I can't imagine all that water in there is good (rust, paint damage, etc.)

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My wife's '15 Pro-4X doesn't have this problem, but I haven't been looking for it. It has definitely been through several down pours here in HI. I'll verify when I get home.
 

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Can you just drill a hole in it?


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cool, hopes it works...and don't call me Shirly
 

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I have a 2014 I bought used. I have a buddy that works for nissan and he was able to pull the nissan records for my VIN. This shows the original owner, extra's the owner added, the days certain warranties run out and any work performed on the vehicle. Quite a useful piece of paper. This should be available to anyone who buys a Nissan if you ask me. Any way my point is one of the items replaced was my tailgate spoiler. I am curious now as if this is why? I mean a truck that only had less than 10k miles at the time got the spoiler replaced under warranty? The spoiler on there now doesn't seem to be collecting water. I guess I will know this week for sure as it has been pouring.
 

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All, I have a 2015 Frontier. When it rains the spoiler fills with water and does not drain unless you open the tailgate. Anyone else had this problem? If so, how did you solve it? I can't imagine all that water in there is good (rust, paint damage, etc.)

Thank you,
Ed
Ok seriously - I have a '14, and okay - after a truck wash or rain, if I fold down the tailgate some water comes out from the spoiler, but IMO it's no different then when you see water come out from the door handles, or the door jambs.

Unless you're talking like gallons of water, I don't think it's something to be concerned about.
 
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