Question about 2000 Renault 181
After it rains, water gets in via the sunroof. This doesn't happen all the time just enough to get me upset. The dealer says its the seal that the sunroof sits on. It'll cost $300 to fix. Is there a cheaper option?
But a caulking gun and some clear silicone caulking.... run a bead of caulking all the way around the outside of the sunroof edge.... use a stiff peice of card board and something similiar to smooth the edge of the bead of caulking.to make it look less obvious.. if the seal is the same as weather stripping on a car it's somewhat more diffucult to fix.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
You can redo the seal with gasket sealant. You can get this from auto zone for less than $15. You would have to remove the carpet material on the roof, then disasemble the sunroof where you can get the glass off then redo the seal. Let it dry for a few hours to ensure the seal is good then reassemble. Its easy if you know what you doing. If you have any questions contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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