Not sure about the 1999, but in my 2003, they begin in the front corners of the sun roof. On a dry day, open the roof, pour some water in the drain trough, and watch where it drips onto the ground. Mine exits at the base of the front door post on the passenger side, and at the base of the centre door post on the driver's side. Maybe the other two posts have drains as well, which may be plugged. I'm still checking this out. Someone suggested blowing them out with air, or using a thin, flexible reamer, which I haven't tried yet. BR
where are the drain holes on the rear part of the sunroof and how do i clear them
How do you clear drain and tubes in the sunroof on a 2001 new volkwagen beetle?
Open the sunroof and find the four drain holes. Clear any debris. Blow air inside the drain tubes to find out if there is any blockage. Slide the replacement tubing inside the drain hose.
Make sure drain tubes are clear so water can run out
A bottle brush is perfect for cleaning sunroof drain holes on the Ford Escape. The smaller tip on a two-tip bottle brush can be inserted and then pulled out to clean sunroof drain holes.
Remove the celling apolstry and going down the right and left front windshield supports are a set of clear drainage hoses for the sunroof.
the drain plugs are at the front part of the sunroof you will have to take the sunroof out to see them
There are four drains on the factory sunroof. Two in the front corner and two in the rear corners. The front two are the easiest to get to. If you have access to compressed air take a blower with and extended tip and blow air in the front drain holes. Make sure you clear any debris that may have fallen inside your drain channel. The rear two will be able to be cleared if you have access to a piece of 3\8 clear tubbing you can attach to your air blower and repeat the same process as you did for the front. If all fails take it to an aftermarket sunroof company in your area.
One at each of the four corners.
I found the answer here: http://www.mazdaforum.com/forum/mazda-mx-3-mazda-mx-6-25/water-leak-17642/
A common problem with the 2000 Toyota Camry is sunroof drain clogs and leaks. These can be repaired through the dealership.
On a 2006 there are is one at each corner at the front of the sunroof. If you open the sunroof and stand in the back floor board with the front seats pushed forward you can see them with a flashlight. Use a thin wire or a thin weed eater string to push through it. I rinsed it ours with isopropyl alcohol and used low pressure air to clear it.
I know there are two in the front that run down the A posts
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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 leak may be from clogged Sunroof drains. Others have said that you can use compressed air to clear the lines to have them drain properly.
All factory installed sunroofs that retract flush into the roof have a channel around their perimeter and there are drain tubes attached to the corners. The drain tubes run down the roof pillars and drain near the wheel wells. Typically sunroofs leak because these drain tubes have become clogged with debris, usually small leaves and stuff from parking under trees and leaving your sunroof open. If the sunroof can open wide enough to see the drain holes you might be able to press a hose into it that can shoot air pressure or water pressure through it to drive out the debris. If the car's in nice shape and your not mechanically inclined, you should take it to a local body shop and ask them to fix it. They can remove the sunroof for better access and do a better job.If it's a cheapo after-market sunroof someone put in, it won't have the recess channels and drain tubes. They usually just have the glass pull down against a top gasket and you'll have to look for a spot where the gasket is gapping or damaged, then apply some silicone rubber.
If it has a sunroof, check the drain tubes for the sunroof. They plug up and the water gets in the car.
does the rear sunroof glass have drain holes
I believe they start at the rear corners of the sunroof and exit in/at the rear wheelwell areas.To check you can fill the sunroof chanels with water from a jug/hose and see/listen where they drain.
where is the oil filter and the oil drain plug on a 2001 Lincoln ls where is the oil filter and the oil drain plug on a 2001 Lincoln ls
They are in the 4 corners of the tray...inside/under the roof. NAD
To repair a leaky sunroof, you need to clean the drainage tubes on your sunroof. You can do this by sticking a thin wire or coat hanger in the drain. Then pour some clean water through the drainage tube.
Usually if the sunroof drain or the heating,a/c evap case drain is clogged. Other reasons would be if the windshield was improperly replaced.