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Every time there is a large amount of rain, my sunroof leaks, and a crap load of water gets stuck between the roof (where the sunroof slides back), and when I come to a stop, I'm drenched by a couple of gallons of water. Someone told me something about a drain of some sort. How would I go about fixing this? This is very annoying!

Any help is greatly appreciated - Thanks in advance :)
 

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I had the same problem with my 90LS Sedan and took a few showers before someone told me the solution. You have 4 drain holes, 1 in each corner. You should be able to see the 2 in the front with the roof open. I could not see the rear drain holes. You can try using an air compressor to blow them out which worked for me on the front 2 drains. I couldn't get the air hose to the rear drains.

Long story short... the front 2 drain through a tube down behind each front wheel and the back drain behind the rear wheels. I removed the insides of the wheel wells in front, found the tube, pulled the rubber nozzle off and cleaned it out. I removed the panels inside the trunk on each side, found the tube and did the same with these.

Now... not a drip! Hope this helps.
 

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What he said!!

I just did the same to mine on the weekend...
Only prob' is that the front ones are kinda hard to reach from the wheel well to drain, I didn't blow air into mine tho' didn't wanna blow dirt back up into the system.
But no leaks!!!
 
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