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    So I just noticed today with all the rain we are getting I have water leaking onto my backseat from the corner roof trim, not thinking its the sunroof. Has anyone had water leak from the piece of metal on the roof, I guess it's a water channel.
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    . Where I think it's leaking from.
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    I just cleaned this up myself after this last storm in CA. Mine is on the passenger side, but wasn't dripping like that. I checked my sunroof tracks and the runoffs are clear when I tested it with a bottle of water. If you find out, please let me know. I believe its that molding on the roof... mine had raised up off the roof a touch and I pushed it back down. I have to wait for another storm before I know if that fixed it.

    My seat belt was soaked and this is my damage.


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    so no one else on this forum has run into this before? i wont be able to look at it till this weekend unfortunately and im pretty sure it has nothing to do with the sunroof.

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    Thought that's about the area same where the topend of the sunroof drain is located. You're going to have to pull lining down to check where the leak is from anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a4audi4fun View Post
    Thought that's about the area same where the topend of the sunroof drain is located. You're going to have to pull lining down to check where the leak is from anyways.
    i thought the sunroof drain ended at the back bumper?

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    Well since I had my headliner out and it's raining I found out where my sunroof is leaking.



    I'm not thinking it's clogged just a bad fitting between the hose and nipple now?


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    does anyone know if you can replace the fitting or do you have to redo the whole hose?

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    Looks like you need to replace the hose. I'm not seeing a replacement fitting from our sources.

    You'll probably have to rig something up like the picture below.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RSicks View Post
    I just cleaned this up myself after this last storm in CA. Mine is on the passenger side, but wasn't dripping like that. I checked my sunroof tracks and the runoffs are clear when I tested it with a bottle of water. If you find out, please let me know. I believe its that molding on the roof... mine had raised up off the roof a touch and I pushed it back down. I have to wait for another storm before I know if that fixed it.

    My seat belt was soaked and this is my damage.

    After I had a good car wash I had this EXACT same issue. Same side and looked identical to this, I just haven't had much luck taking of the back of the headliner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS Tuning-Audi View Post
    Looks like you need to replace the hose. I'm not seeing a replacement fitting from our sources.

    You'll probably have to rig something up like the picture below.



    Jason
    I'm a have to search for his thread I remember reading it a few months ago


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