2004 Pacifica that leaks on the passenger side front column by windsheld. Had windshield reseal which worked for a short while but leaking again. Can anyone give suggestions on what or where is causin

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Asked by Apr 09, 2011 at 12:07 PM about the 2004 Chrysler Pacifica Base AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Do you have a sunroof?

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yes which has been checked out finding nothing.

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Im still leaning towards sunroof drain being clogged or it being popped off of the drain bung on the sunroof module. if you know the windshield to be good then thats all else it can be. Turn on your car, put the AC on max cold and recirculate, close all doors and windows. Take a spray bottole filled with water and a little bit of dawn dish soap (i found that dawn works the best) and spary around the windshield mouldings and glass. If you see bubbles than your windshield is leaking still, if not than its most likely your sunroof drain.

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Thank you so much for your suggestions as I think we may of found the leak. We will let you know.

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get into vehicle,have someone water it down with a garden hose,you should see it leaking,may be the rubber seal around door also.

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