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Old 06-19-2007, 05:31 AM   #1
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A few days ago I took the tape off of the sunroof that I used to seal it so no water could get in. Today I closed at the Evil arches and it was POURING down rain for several straight hours. I got worried and went out to check the inside and see if there was any leaks. There was no water on the seats or on the carpet. BUT it was wet on the rear drivers corner of the headliner. I'm suspecting its the seal on the rear winshield because theres a [ ] sized gap between the black thingy and the car itself. Now I have an area of the back windshield sealed off What can I do to fix it or do I need to get a shop to do it?
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I'd say your diagnosis is probably wrong. Pull your C-pillar trim at that corner and reconnect your rear sunroof drain on that side, or find out what'* plugging it up and preventing it from draining to the rocker panel.
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I'd say your diagnosis is probably wrong. Pull your C-pillar trim at that corner and reconnect your rear sunroof drain on that side, or find out what'* plugging it up and preventing it from draining to the rocker panel.
Thanks wren, I'll take a look.
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.I'll have pics real soon.

Oh and I found out that the back of the headliner is STAPLED together.

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^ that tube is the drain tube right?
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