I was hoping for a rain, and got it. This showed me any leakage.
The next day I paid a visit to a few hardware stores. I bought a clear water sealant spray, peel and stick rubber striping for car windows, expanding foam sealant, clay sealing putty and caulking. Boy, I was like a kid in a candy store!
I climbed a ladder to spray sealant on the roof seams and added clay putty to exposed seams behind the exterior chrome trim.
It was a tough job. The heat index was 106 and my clay putty was getting sticky and unmanageable. I could only smooth it in crevices with wet fingertips. But if my 70 year old dad can lay brick for his landscaping, I was determined to do this. I would not recommend it. I nearly lost my voice and needed to rehydrate as I waited for the heartbeat in my head to calm down. I was able to finish before more rains came.
I had a hunch that more work needed to be done. It got cooler when evening came and Hubby hooked me up with some lighting. I could then work in the cooler evenings.
The time had come for the start of some elbow grease. Removal of old interior caulk.
Once the old caulking was removed, I used a steel brush and wiped away the residue before applying new caulk.
When the next rain came we were water tight. Except for a sliding side window. It wouldn't lock shut. since we had plenty of other means to ventilate, I sealed it shut with expanding foam sealant. Ugly, but it worked.
Next job? Paint.