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Sun Roof Drains
Posted 31 December 2002 - 12:53 PM
... Didn't see anything about it in the undewear manual..
Posted 31 December 2002 - 01:31 PM
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Posted 01 January 2003 - 10:11 PM
There's a kick panel in front of each of the two front seats. They'll come off easily. I think there's some sort of catch though so pay attention when you remove them.
Move the wiring harness around a little until you can see the black plastic drain tube. You will notice that it is seated in a channel of sorts. pull it out and use some tweezers or a hemostat or something to get the crap out of there. (At this point, I put the hose in a bucket in the footwell, and poured water into the sunroof (with a towel ready ) to make sure the drains were clear.) Then insert the tubing back into its channel.. you'll have to push it in. Put the panels back on and the fronts are done.
The rears are even easier. Take off the rectangular panels next to the tailgate (wagon owners only, I don't know where the sedans' drain to in back) and you should be able to see the hose. Pull it up and out, maybe stick a mirror in there if you want to see.. unclog it the same way, and replace it. Test it again (maybe with the front of the car jacked up) to make sure you won't collect rainwater in your car somewhere.
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