If they replaced it, then they should fix it.
Thank you, but this happened again right after they replaced the entire sunroof. Drains are clear.Sunroofs leak water when their drain tubes get clogged. Replacing the sunroof does nothing to clear debris out of the lines. Why would they need to "replace" the sunroof?
The carpet gets wet because water obeys the laws of gravity and flows downward. Look in your spare tire well also.
Good luck. I have a friend with a Mo who had some bad sunroof leaks when his 2018 was quite new. I am glad not to have a sunroof on my Murano.
They claimed that the seal around the sunroof was cracked and allowing water into the walls of the car. No water was actually leaking from the middle of the roof onto seats or anything like that. Wet carpet, coming thru side window area.Thank you, but this happened again right after they replaced the entire sunroof. Drains are clear.
There have been reports of a bad body seam near the rear, under the roof rail that allows water to enter just like you're showing.They claimed that the seal around the sunroof was cracked and allowing water into the walls of the car. No water was actually leaking from the middle of the roof onto seats or anything like that. Wet carpet, coming thru side window area.
Can you provide a close-up and/or higher resolution photo so that we can see more clearly the routing issue you mentioned?One or more of your drains is clogged. Here's how I dealt with it:
I had a leak in my '19 (it was still under warranty but I thought the holes were clogged). Since I'm a cheap bastard Idecided to look into it myself. As you can see from the pictures, this is not a job for the faint-of-heart. There are several panels along the sides that need to come off as well as a ton of electrical connections for various things like lights. Airbags on the "A" pillar need to be minded.
I found a kinked lne (rear passenger side where the leak was) that I believe was there since the car was manufactured. Thanks Nissan! from the above post it sounds like an endemic problem!
Anyway, after doing all that (but before buttoning it up and re-installing anything, I tested the system by pouring water in the drains. I still had leaks. The inner gutters are open and too much water flow is going to pour over the edges and cause the symptoms above. A heavy rainfall should make little difference as the seams, assuming they're relatively clean and tight, will not allow enough water to cause an overflow.
BUT, As I watched the water flow I noticed that the drain hoses were not routed in a way that allowed smooth drainage; there was minuscule lessening of the pitch of the hoses that obstructed the flow just enough to cause the problem to recur in spite of my efforts.
Fortunately I was able to re-arrange the lines to add more pitch and the problem has disappeared since. I did this last July and we've had some monsoons.
Hope this helps!
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Sorry, the pictures you saw are the only 2 I took. It did not occur to me to document the repair more completely. Since you're not the first to ask this question I have taken to documenting all sorts of repairs (the latest was shortening bar stool legs so they come out evenly FWIW). Sorry!Can you provide a close-up and/or higher resolution photo so that we can see more clearly the routing issue you mentioned?