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Many fords have some minor adjustments of the roof, the brackets that support the Sunroof or power sunroof have very small Hex nuts you can loosen and shift the sunroof around, if its leaking it could be some other problem such as the drain tubes, there is usually 2 to 4 drains one on each corner that water drains down a tube through each door pillar, check the tube ports in the sunroof catch basin, they could be clogged with old leaves or dirt, run compressed air through each tube and verify at the other end its working.
There are a total of four drains, two front, two rear. The front drains empty out inside of each front door jam. The rear drains empty out inside of the rear bumper. If you drain holes are clogged, use an air compressor to unclog not other as you may either break the drain tube or wack it out of place. I believe there is a technical service bulletin for Grand Prix sunroof mdels 1998-2005, In your sunroof leaks, contact your dealer for more info. Take care and hopes this works for you.
Could be condensation from the air conditioner. This normally drains out a tube near the glove box, onto the ground. If this drain tube comes off or is clogged, the water will drain into the interior of the car instead. Could also be a leak around the windshield, door, or sunroof. When do you notice it most? Warm humid days, or after a rain or car wash?
I also have a 2009 Nissan Altima and after sitting or driving in the rain the entire back floorboards are soaked. I took it in last year and supposedly they replaced a "plug". Unfortunately the repair was done at the end of the rainy season so everything seemed to be okay. Fast forward to this seasons first real rain and again soaked floorboards. I went back to the dealership very frustrated with the whole situation. This time they had had my car for 4days and I was told that the HVAC box was leaking due to a clogged line. The line was cleared and sealants used on certain areas. The service advisor is confident that this will take care of my problem. I'm not so confident since my HVAC system was not in use when the car was just sitting there filling up with water. Wish me luck. I am curious how many 2009 Altima's are having this problem and if Nissan is just trying to avoid some sort of recall notification. Very dissapointed 1st time Nissan owner.
My 06 did this in the front and it was the drain tubes. If you paid to have it fixed, then they should look at it to see if one of the tubes came loose or maybe they didn't connect it properly. I am sure this is the problem (plugged or disconnected drain tubes) but I wouldn't want to pay for it every time it happens. make them fix it permanently!! Good luck with that!!
What they meant by "they all leak" is that the sunroof seals around the glass are not meant to keep water from getting down in the sunroof, and tray and drains are there to drain the water that does get down in there. The problem most likely exists with your drainage tubes. They can either be clogged, or in my case with my 06 H3, the tubes were somehow disconnected and I had to drop down the roof panel to reconnect one.