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My sunroof has a lot of air noise. It sounds like it's not completely closed, yet it is. I looks to sit a bit high, like it is not getting that last little "**** down" onto the gasket that most sunroofs do. Can I do anything to adjust it myself? The dealer I bought it from says they adjusted it already. It's so noisy that I keep the shade closed all the time, and I bought it for the sunshine! :(

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SELL IT... We had a 06' Endeavor Really nice car just never solved the sunroof leak. You can try adjusting it on the track with a # 15 torques head screw driver. Three screws per side side losen all 6 dont take out adjust the retighten. However it wont solve the problem you will do it every month. Also you are going to have a problem with the back seat window or windows if it falls on day a scares the **** out of you its just the window regulator MR565453 part number around $100.00 good luck.

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