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Old 06-27-2007, 07:37 PM
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Unhappy water leaking from sunroof

I have a 2001 path and its started leaking water when it rains from the sunroof. It's there a way that I can fix this and for how much?
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The sunroof has drain holes in each corner. Make sure the drain holes are clean and that there is no debris obstructing the water flow. You can also blow some compress air trough the holes to clean the drain hose.
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Old 06-28-2007, 08:40 PM
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The drain holes come out each side behind the rear wheels about 3/4 plastic pipe blow back through them to see if there is a blockage :stuart:
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Be careful with compressed air as you may blow the tube off the mount with too much pressure and you end up with the task of removing the headliner to fix it.

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Be careful with compressed air as you may blow the tube off the mount with too much pressure and you end up with the task of removing the headliner to fix it.

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If all else fails and it's raining, duct tape the sunroof for now
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Be careful with compressed air as you may blow the tube off the mount with too much pressure and you end up with the task of removing the headliner to fix it.

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If you have to, duct tape the sunroof and figure it out later.
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Well I blew the sunroof drain tube out of a connection and can not see how to reconnect the tube on the passenger's side of 2007 Murano. Took the inter fender lining out as well as the plastic filler at the wheel well and still could not locate the connection.
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