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2000 Explorer sunroof rear drains


scotts90ranger

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My Explorer is leaking in the rear, mainly passenger side from the looks of it as the rear passenger side floor is slightly wet.

It's in the driveway again, I'll clean the front drains for good measure but since the front drivers side drain hose from the trough to the A pillar was missing when I got it I'm curious, but since it hasn't been an issue until now I am wondering if the front drains are just restricted...

The headliner is kinda a pain to drop, and getting to the C pillar at the top isn't the easiest, but any tips are appreciated...
 


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The best way to find leaks is to pull the carpet back and then get someone with a hose to pour water in the suspected area while you look for leaks. Usually easy to see when the interior is partially taken apart and the carpet pulled back. You need to do that to check for rust under there anyway and let it dry out.
 


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