In your sunroof there should be 1 hole in each corner. These holes act as drains for the sunroof. Every sunroof leaks, the drains let the water drop out of the vehicle at the bottom on the underside. Your drain holes are probably just plug up, maybe with leaves or something. Grab an air compressor and a hose and just blow the blockage out.
it miss's wen its raining because it is suking in water somwhere
the sunroof shouldnt have a drain.it would leak in your vehicle if it had a plug to pull.wind should take care of rain water
The sunroof on a Chevy Cavalier can often be repaired by replacing the outer seal. This prevents rain from leaking into the vehicle and causing additional problems.
Are you asking a serious question? Have you a windscreen with this vehicle?
It is located in the engine compartment on the passenger side of the vehicle just behind and to the left of the radiator overflow tank and windshield washer resovoir.
A sunroof is opaque (usually flush metal with the body color on the outside). This roof can either tilt open to vent, slide open to let in light, or both. It is called a sunroof because the opacity prevents the sun from heating up the vehicle. These have existed for quite some time.In the 1970s, Ford introduced a glass sunroof that they named the Moonroof (actually, the American Sunroof Company, the company that made all domestic sunroofs and now known as American Specialty Cars invented it, but Ford was the first to install it). So to answer the question, a moonroof is a sunroof made of glass.The problem is, the distinction is becoming lost as more and more people use it incorrectly. Most people today just consider any sort of hole in the roof a sunroof. But in the strictest sense, sunroof=metal, moonroof=glass.Many think that a sunroof is clear and a moonroof is tinted. Nope, not the right answer. Others think that a sunroof will open but a moonroof will not. Wrong again. The truth is that a moonroof is actually a type of sunroof! For more info, I'm deferring to an expert, Marc Levinson of Donmar Sunroofs, who also operates the free sunroof information site.Here it is: Just as a sedan is a distinctive type of automobile, a moonroof is a type of sunroof. Sunroof is the generic term used to describe any panel in a vehicle roof which can let in light and/or air.The term moonroof was used in the 70's to describe a glass panel inbuilt electric sunroof, and is now used generically to describe all glass panel inbuilt sunroofs. An inbuilt sunroof is one where the operable panel slides between the vehicle roof and headliner, and is often powered but may be manually operated"
Disconnecting Auto Battery Terminal ConnectorsYes, it is safe to disconnect a "car" battery while it's raining, IF you do it properly.When disconnecting a vehicle battery, raining or not, ALWAYS disconnect the NEGATIVE [--] terminal first, and when reconnecting, always connect the NEGATIVE terminal last.
This is not a Physics question.This is a performance specification of the vehicle.Contact your dealer, or read the owner's manual.
Their are a number of reasons a sunroof could suddenly stop working on any vehicle. Some of the most common problems include: blown fuses, wire disconnects, sunroof motor malfunction, the sunroof coming off track, etc. It's hard to narrow the problem(s) down without being there. Most problems are easily solved by a mechanic, and it shouldn't cost too much to repair a malfunctioning sunroof. Use the following link to locate a Dealer near you for troubleshooting and repair estimates.
A sunroof is opaque (usually flush metal with the body color on the outside). This roof can either tilt open to vent, slide open to let in light, or both. It is called a sunroof because the opacity prevents the sun from heating up the vehicle. These have existed for quite some time. In the 1970s, Ford introduced a glass sunroof that they named the Moonroof (actually, the American Sunroof Company, the company that made all domestic sunroofs and now known as American Specialty Cars invented it, but Ford was the first to install it). So to answer the question, a moonroof is a sunroof made of glass. The problem is, the distinction is becoming lost as more and more people use it incorrectly, Most people today just consider any sort of hole in the roof a sunroof. But in the strictest sense, sunroof=metal, moonroof=glass.
In many instances , drain plugs for sunroofs are located inside the door panel. In some models, this can be found on the passenger side compartment. This is due to the sunroof having two drain hoses, the other being on the drivers side. Once you open the vehicle doors, you should be able to find it. The upper portion of the hoses will be visible if the headliner of the vehicle is removed.
Could be a bad fuel cap Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
Yes, they can, and often they will, because it creates less of a possibility of you trying to intervene.
If talking about spark plugs - they are what creates the spark in the engine to ignite the air/fuel mixture to propel the vehicle.
A catalytic converter is important in breaking down the fumes that your vehicle creates so that they are safer for the environment. They can cost as little as $40.00 depending on your type of vehicle.
First, make sure that the fuse is still working. Use the vehicle manual to determine the correct fuse. Begin by removing the headliner, it comes down easily if you remove the screws on the sun visors on the driver and passenger sides and any other screws holding it up. Next, pop out the sunroof switch, it should come out with a flathead screwdriver and some slight gental leverage. The sunroof motor should be visable under the headliner where the sunroof switch was. If the motor is stuck it is holding the sunroof in place. It needs to be removed. (Before removing test the wires to see if power is getting to the motor. If there is power you know this is not an electrical problem.) There should only be a few small bolts holding it in. Experiment with different ratchet sizes to see which will fit. Once the motor removed the sunroof should be easy to slide down.
Yes the Acura TSX does come stock with all standard models of the vehicle. This model of Acura has a sunroof in any upgraded model as well. www.acura.com
The battery is the storage device for electricity in the vehicle. However the alternator is what creates electricity to keep the battery fully charged and to run all the electronics in the vehicle.
Not knowing what vehicle you have, you may have a faulty switch or pulse board. Remove the fuse for the wipers when it is not raining until you can get to a garage for repair.
This is probably related to your Traction control but instead they have give it a posh name - Vehicle Stability Control. This is there just to let you know that if its raining or slippy on the roads that it will not stop you from wheel spinning or even losing control on sharp corners. Thats what Vehicle Stability Control was designed to do (Help Control your vehicle with a lot of help by you too).
Because Mars has an atmosphere, and when the landing vehicle enters and passes through the atmosphere at an extremely high rate of speed, the pressure and friction on the leading face of the vehicle creates a great deal of heat. That's where a heat shield is required to protect the vehicle.
Umm, it depends exactly what vehicle you're talking about.
Depends on which type of vehicle you purchase. Webasto sunroofs will be marked up according to the auto-manufacturer. The HIGHEST suggested retail mark up I have seen for the OSR panoramic sunroof was $3000. Webasto does not set the price or margin of mark up. Suggested retail price is set to the auto- manufacturer. Go to your dealer and check the window sticker for the exact price you will pay.
If the windshield washer pump on a '93 Honda Civic is in the same place as a '94 Honda Civic, it is located on the drivers side front fender between the wheelwell and the fender. First, turn your steering wheel as far as possible to the right so that the tire will be out of the way. Next, you have to separate the bumper's side fairing from the vehicle to expose the washer resovoir(sp). Next, disconnect the power to the pump by unplugging the snap-on connector. Next, place your hand on top of the washer pump by the prongs. Pull downwards and the pump will pop out of the resovoir tank.