First changed out the parking brake switch for a new one, I now have a parking brake light again.
Changed out PCV valve, old one was pretty gunked up.
Vacuumed out the interior, and when I reached the passenger floor and lifted the winter mats, I was greeted by this lovely sight under the carpet.
It especially infuriates me, as I just changed out the Evap core last summer, and just for good measure did the heater core (which was NOT leaking) while I was in there. Should have just left well enough alone.
Anyways, went forward after trying to clean up as much of the coolant as I could and went to deal with the sunroof that's been leaking forever. I finally realized that it wasn't the drains that caused the leak, it was the drain channel that runs across the back. The plastic piece that sits in the track for the sunroof moves back and forth freely on just the driver side, and something tells me it shouldn't. As a result, the drain doesn't actually sit under where the water would enter and just drips straight into the headliner, causing my head to get dripped on whenever driving in the rain.
This is the piece that I'm talking about
I also posted this in the forums, hoping to get some more coverage here. Any ideas on if you can take this piece out and replace it without removing anything major (headliner/sunroof itself/etc). I feel like a piece has broken off on the left side that would stop it from moving back and forth.
On a brighter note, I ordered my Bilstein's so I could finally put on the lift