I turned round to speak to my daughter yesterday, she was sitting in the back passenger side. I noticed a mark above her head, right in the corner of the roof at the rear screen. It is starting to go a light shade of green and it's wet. We'd just had a major downpour so I know it is leaking now. I checked the seals on the rear window and they seem all intact. There is the start of a small gutter right at the back of the roof. Can it be coming in there? Has anyone else had this problem. Seeing how I live in Scotland, it is quite important to have a watertight car.
I've got pictures of this on mine but have no time tonight to post them. Mine wasnt the sunroof drains, they were clear, but the seal around the glass on the corner where the window seal meets the roof gutter. Pulled both the window seal out and roof gutter plastic, cleaned it out and filled the lot with black silicon before reseating. Seems to have fixed ??? it but I made a right bloody mess.
but I have another leak at the front now!!! will put the pictures up tomorrow.
It sounds like you have the same problem as Art, pop the plastic runner on the roof out,get some clear window sealer, and force into the ends, put the plastic runners back in and then leave to dry m8 should cure it
to err is human (now does that mean owing a soarer i have erred )
Get to it quick my friend. The guy who had my car before me and had just left it. A few paint bubbles later turned into a major screen out, weld the little holes in the window frame and respray and left me £530 lighter. Not what you want. Still, it looks good now. boo hoo.
Oh and the sunroof drain were leaking too, just to add insult to injury.
Tried to pop the plastic runners out but they don't seem to be very keen on coming out. Is there a technique to doing this or should I just go for it. I can't seem to find a bit to get a hold of. If it can be broken, I will break it.
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