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Air leaks in sunroof in 06 Chrysler 300

My sunroof leaks and makes enough noise that I can not enjoy the cloth inside cover open. On a TV show "PowerBlockTV" I saw how they checked with a dollar bill to check air leaks. I checked mine and the paper moves enough that it should have something put around it. Could you give me a suggestion if this was checked correctly, what should be put around the sunroof, and where do you purchase this?
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The above was my problem and I have not heard from anyone as yet. Thanks

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