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Old 09-16-2006, 07:54 PM   #1
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Alirght I have an issue with my sunroof, Alright it rained for a few days and now it has stopped, I washed my car a couple of days ago, ( so everything is dry and there hasnt been rain) So i have the roof open and I make a tun and water comes into the area were the roof is open, theres a fair amount of water and it has doen it a few times, so i got out the compresser and blew out the 2 drain tubes that run down both front windshield pillars to see if something is blocking it nothing, So im driving it today and sure enough i got wet again, can somebody help me out, thanks, I dont water sitting up there rusting the car out, thanks anyone!!
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You have 4 drain tubes. Not 2. Check the drains in your C-pillars as well.
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This may be a dumb question where are the cpillar drain outs? thanks wilwren
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a-pillars are the fronts
b-pillars are the middles
c-pillars are the rears

you are going to have to drop the headliner a bit...

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sweet thanks, hopefully i can jsut pull of the rear pillars and drop it or im gonna be breaking the oshit handles
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oh **** handles are DEF gonna have to come off...

just be careful
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