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The recommended way to clean the sunroof drains is with some smooth flexible wire type device rather than compressed air. Just in case the pipe is really blocked and pops off at a joint when you pressurise it.

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Old broken Speedo drive cable what I use as flexible yet stiff enough to shift blockage

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I use an old LAN cable withe the plug cut off.

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Now it’s dry, it’s time to get the hose out and start wetting certain areas, should be traceable now your all dry

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I've cleaned the drains, absolutely no dirt.

However I did find this..
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Clutching at straws now...

I've sealed it up there too...

I'll have to wait and see!

Would that cause a leak do ya think?

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I was going to ask what it looks like from the other side - but the headlining is still in isn't it? Any chance you could take the interior edging away from the sunroof; carefully ease the headlining down in that corner; and shine a torch or mobile phone camera in there? Might give you a little more confidence if it might/not be leaking there?

The inside of my headling is clearly discoloured at the point of my windscreen leak, but looks pristine everywhere else - which gives me more confidence that I don't have a leaky sunroof (or should I say 'didn't before I took it apart).

If you could see rusty stains on the bottom of the sunroof frame; or any staining on the back of the headlining, you might get some pointers?

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Well in today it relatively dry in terms of shit falling out the sky..

So I peeled off the cover and soaked the windscreen and around where the upper trim goes, and there was no water getting in, no reason for it to either as the bonding looked good when I went up there and broke all the clips!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ahh!!

Anyway..

It's either the sunroof or the seam sealant under the plastic covers on the roof..

so that's a sigh of relief since the original screen is blemish free!