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  • karjunkie 10/06/09 8:47 am PST

    No sunroof is designed to be water tight. They all allow water to come in but provide drains to drain off the water that enters that area. If water accumulates in your sunroff, the repair to the drains was not done properly. You need to take it back to the dealer and get them to do the job right.

  • techxpert 11/19/12 11:57 am PST

    odds are your car was repair correctly given the problem did not resurface untill a year later. be aware or your surroundings when you park your vehicle. Debrise like seedlings/buds and pine needles, "helicopters" excessive dirt or dust can run into the drains over time and re plug the drain tubes.

    Hope this pointer will help you.

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