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Don't waste your time trying to get the dealer to "fix" a sunroof that spits a few drops under high-pressure car washes. The rubber seals are designed to cushion the glass and block most rainfall, but that's all. They are not designed to resist compression under 3,000 psi of water pressure. That's why all factory sunroofs come with an inner drain channel.
@reus49: Kudos on the creative modification. But as a warning to others, padding up the rubber seals can sometimes create more leaks than it solves, and/or put added strain on the motor. I would only do this if there was a serious gap that was causing problems during normal rainfall, but in that case you'd have a valid warranty claim.
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