Tomomon thanks for that, finally managed to put the drain pipe back in the grommet on the firewall took the top connector off the ecu and got my hand up and pushed it back in. Bit of a design fault there pipe not really long enough. How do you get airbag light off, it came on previously by itself?Be careful when removing the front pillar trim, you can accidentally pull some of the air bag straps which makes your airbag light go on.
When closed and sealed properly, most of the water is from condensation on the inside.Curious, does rainwater only get into the sunroof drains if the sunroof is open during rain? Or does water somehow get past the closed sunroof's seals?
If you've had a car with a sunroof for many years and the car is parked outside, the sunroof seals and the glass where they meet should be cleaned yearly.Thanks PaulDay, that was very informative!
I've had sunroofs since 1978, and have never experience a leak from one. I was wondering if the people who experience a problem drove around with the roof open or back tilted up during rain/drizzle or something. I always thought the seal around the sunroof should be sufficient for keeping most water out, your condensation explanation makes sense. Also, your explanation about of how stuff can get in and clog the drains makes great sense too!