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post #1 of 26 Old 03-28-2014, 05:00 AM Thread Starter
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Sunroof Assembly

Anyone have any pictures of their sunroof assembly on a 2006 Laredo? I have a leak in mine and have stuck my head through the sun roof on several occasions to see where the water starts to leak.

Im looking for pictures of the tracks, seals, according seals on the left and right sides, and the front area of the sunroof where the drain tubes are supposed to be.

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post #2 of 26 Old 03-28-2014, 10:47 AM
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I have a 05 Limited and on my sunroof, after putting it all the way forward, I have to push the button that opens it to vent 2 times quickly to raise the sunroof about half an inch. If I don't do that, my sunroof leaks. If you look at it from the outside, your sunroof should be level with the roof of your car.
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My sunroof sits flush. Its been adjusted under warranty. Im only looking for pictures at this time. I know exactly where it leaks. I want to verify everything is mechanically where it should be.
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Anyone at all have pictures of the according pieces on the left and right side of the sunroof? Part numbers? And pictures of the front assembly from the front half of the sun roof?
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All sunroofs let a little bit of water in. Are your drains clogged?

Google : "diy sunroof adjustment to eliminate wind noise"

Read that thread, pics included. It is on another jeep forum so the link wont work. I used it to adjust mine flush.

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All sunroofs let a little bit of water in. Are your drains clogged?

Google : "diy sunroof adjustment to eliminate wind noise"

Read that thread, pics included. It is on another jeep forum so the link wont work. I used it to adjust mine flush.
^^^ This. The sunroof design isn't such that is water tight.

That being said, it is supposed to seat properly/fully in the stowed position.

There is a thread or 2 around here somewhere addressing the procedure to self calibrate the fully closed position of the sunroof. Search "recalibrate sunroof." I used it quite some time ago - worked well.

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The sunroof does sit flush. The dealer adjusted it and I verified.

I have found where its leaking, but I want images to verify everything I have is in the correct place before I fix it myself as I can not guarantee mine is correct.
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Why dont you post pics of the area you are concerned with? Then the BAB here can maybe shed some light.

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When mine leaked it was the drain lines plugged.

Here's the recalibration for the sunroof to sit flush.

Place the ignition switch in RUN position.
Close all of the doors.

Press and release the vent switch (sunroof should move to vent position).

Once the sunroof has stopped motion at the vent position, press and hold the vent switch
for at least 5 seconds to recalibrate the sunroof position.

If the sunroof did not reach the full vent open position, press and hold the vent switch until
the full-vent-open position is reached then release the vent switch, then press and hold the vent switch for at least 5 seconds to recalibrate the sunroof position.

Cycle the sunroof from the full-vent-open position to the full-slide-open position and back to the full-vent-
open position at least 7 complete times.

The sunroof is now in customer mode
with the obstacle detection thresholds updated.
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Why dont you post pics of the area you are concerned with? Then the BAB here can maybe shed some light.
My OP lists exactly what Im looking for.

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When mine leaked it was the drain lines plugged.

Here's the recalibration for the sunroof to sit flush.

Place the ignition switch in RUN position.
Close all of the doors.

Press and release the vent switch (sunroof should move to vent position).

Once the sunroof has stopped motion at the vent position, press and hold the vent switch
for at least 5 seconds to recalibrate the sunroof position.

If the sunroof did not reach the full vent open position, press and hold the vent switch until
the full-vent-open position is reached then release the vent switch, then press and hold the vent switch for at least 5 seconds to recalibrate the sunroof position.

Cycle the sunroof from the full-vent-open position to the full-slide-open position and back to the full-vent-
open position at least 7 complete times.

The sunroof is now in customer mode
with the obstacle detection thresholds updated.
Your post is useless. Its already been stated twice in this thread that this has been done.
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Your thread is dead.

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Your thread is dead.
I see that.
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FWIW, I recalibrated the sunroof at least a dozen times when I had the same issue with my 2005.. I was positive it was the sunroof leaking, until I dropped the headliner so I could see EXACTLY where the water was coming in from when I ran the hose across the roof.

I was surprised to discover it was the seam where the A-Pillar meets the roof (right at the upper corners of the windshield), not enough seam sealer was applied from the factory. The sunroof (at least on mine) had never been the problem.
10 minutes with 'flowable' silicone windshield sealer and my issue went away completely.

Of course, YMMV.

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FWIW, I recalibrated the sunroof at least a dozen times when I had the same issue with my 2005.. I was positive it was the sunroof leaking, until I dropped the headliner so I could see EXACTLY where the water was coming in from when I ran the hose across the roof.

I was surprised to discover it was the seam where the A-Pillar meets the roof (right at the upper corners of the windshield), not enough seam sealer was applied from the factory. The sunroof (at least on mine) had never been the problem.
10 minutes with 'flowable' silicone windshield sealer and my issue went away completely.

Of course, YMMV.
Already checked that. I can see where the headliner is getting wet, the according style gaskets on the sides arent connected at the bottom. Im curious if they are supposed to be. By function it looks like they shouldnt be when the sunroof is fully open.
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Mine are connected at the bottom, but it has nothing to do with the seal (at least on my '05)

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