water in trunk well (probably from the sunroof)

Asked by Mar 31, 2017 at 10:56 AM about the 2002 Cadillac DeVille Sedan FWD

Question type: General

when it rains I have water in the trunks wheel well, I think its from the sunroof.
how do I clean the sunroof drains on the model cadillac ?

3 Answers

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When the sun roof leaks it gets wet inside the car. The trunk leaking its from either the trunk seal or the rear window.

13,110

Your assuming the water is from the sunroof drains ,,, best thing to do is make sure it's broke before you fix it. Get a clean white towel or paper towels and put it in the trunk then some dish detergent and put it around the sunroof seal (please don't do this if the sunroof is leaking into the car ... ) then get a cup of water and gently empty it on the roof (if you don't see the water draining and can see where the drain is // use the palm of your hand to make a little plunger motion to dislodge any debris ( why we need the dish detergent) next check the towels in the trunk for moisture

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also check your taillight gaskets

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