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Sport Trac sunroof leaking - hoses clear

Discussion in '2001-2005 Explorer Sport Trac' started by Jessiestruck, November 27, 2018.

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  1. Jessiestruck

    Jessiestruck New Member

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    We have checked all 4 drain hoses for the sunroof. Headliner is off. Water is flowing when we test it. Yet when the truck has been parked in the rain all night, there is a flood of water that flows out of the sunroof channel as soon as the truck is moving. Looks like there is too much water getting in for the drains to handle and it is sloshing over to the motor track and falling on the driver when the truck is moved. Would like to stop so much water getting in when the truck is parked in the rain. Thoughts?
     
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    Is it at an angle or flat when it is in the rain?
     
  4. Jessiestruck

    Jessiestruck New Member

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    Yes. Parked on level ground. Water flows out when truck is first moved.
     






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