Jammin, I took these two pics showing where the rear sunroof drains exit.. Turns out it's basically at the back of the car. This is the passenger side drain... I presume the drivers side is simliar.Jammin81 wrote: ↑Fri Jan 17, 2020 6:54 amSorry to bump this post (going back to 09!) but I need some help!?
Where do the back drainage pipes exit the car? I removed the back wheels and even the plastic panels (back and in front of the rear wheels) but couldn’t see where the pipes exited the car.
My plan was to snake the tubes from the bottom as I can get access to the back holes from the sun roof?!
If anyone knows a way I would be happy to hear and thanks in advance
Next guess would be to check the windshield seal. If the glass has been replaced at all, it's possible they did a poor job installing the shield. If you also have some rust bubbles on the roof, it's possible that you've got some holes underneath it causing it to leak.
I've never looked, but i would presume there would be a drainage hole or two at the bottom of the doors.
Thanks for your reply! I removed the front grill again and started to seriously clean the whole drain Chanel again. I noticed the left side drained 200% faster.zbyers wrote: ↑Mon Jan 27, 2020 4:22 amI've never looked, but i would presume there would be a drainage hole or two at the bottom of the doors.
Based on everything you've mentioned, I really do feel it would be the windshield causing your leak. If it's less, the issue was probably originally compounded by clogged sunroof drains since that's notorious for happening on all cars anywho.
If you have a sunroof, the front drains run down the A-pillars and drain somewhere behind the front tires. If no sunroof, it's the windshield seal.
There are four drains, one in each corner.
There's no need to pull the headliner, the front drain holes are accessible with just opening the sunroof.