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Windshield or sunroof leak

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Old 02-10-2019, 02:53 PM
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I was wondering how I can find where the leak is coming from....water drips from headliner right behind the visor on the driver side
 
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Old 02-11-2019, 11:51 PM
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First off have you had any problem with the sunroof or its drains before ? Open the sunroof and first be sure that no water is standing in either corner near the drains. If clear, carefully pour a small amount of water in one corner at a time to see if it will drain and yes it will be slow. Our '04 has 2 drains down and out on the lower engine side of the firewall, each on the far left or right side to check for success. If one drain is stopped find a small hose to cover the drain opening and by mouth only. NOT a high pressure air line that can disconnect the drain tube. If you find a problem or not clean and lube the sealing area of the sun roof with a good lube made for rubber to help the sealing. Don't know where you are but could snow and ice have been part of the problem ? Good luck and please report back. *B2*
 
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Old 02-12-2019, 04:11 AM
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First off have you had any problem with the sunroof or its drains before ? Open the sunroof and first be sure that no water is standing in either corner near the drains. If clear, carefully pour a small amount of water in one corner at a time to see if it will drain and yes it will be slow. Our '04 has 2 drains down and out on the lower engine side of the firewall, each on the far left or right side to check for success. If one drain is stopped find a small hose to cover the drain opening and by mouth only. NOT a high pressure air line that can disconnect the drain tube. If you find a problem or not clean and lube the sealing area of the sun roof with a good lube made for rubber to help the sealing. Don't know where you are but could snow and ice have been part of the problem ? Good luck and please report back. *B2*
I'll check this out, thank you. And yes, snow/ice were possibilities of the issue. So maybe it's not a true leak and that ice buildup forced water flow where it normally wouldn't have gone.
 
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