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Remove the lens on the overhead light by prying it off with a screwdriver.
Slide the locking tabs towards the windshield and pull down on the housing to remove the inside of the roof light assembly. Leave the wiring connected.
Insert the S shaped Allen wrench supplied with the vehicle into the left side motor hole.
Turn the crank clockwise to close the sunroof. 2014 Newest Automatic V8 X6 Key Cutting Machine
There is a gasket seal that you can purchase to replace the seal. There really aren't any flaws I have heard of with the slide back power sunroof. (I am guessing this is the sun roof you have). There could be something caught in the seal. Check and see if you have a stick, acorn, or ect stuck in the seal first. The only other thing I can think of would be the final stage of closure on that particular sunroof not working. They close and then seat. Check the track ways to ensure they are not bent or jammed with something. Hope that helps.
Carefully check the rubber gasket around the glass. Sometimes some debris (leaf, pine needles, etc) get caught between the seal and glass, allowing water to 'wick' inside. Not sure about the Jetta, but my Honda has a drain that sometimes plugs up with debris and goop, causing water to stay inside, sometimes dripping inside as u go around a corner. Best way to fix is to blow compressed air thru drain hole to clear. Last, check around sunroof and roof itself where they meet. Any damage to seal at roof, or torn rubber? If anything looks like it might leak, u can seal it w/ caulk. Check your home center for caulk that works on windows (exterior), it'll work on the car.