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After getting some snow i was driving my jeep and the grommet on the a pillar started dripping pretty good of water. I figure my sunroof drains are clogged but im not sure where they drain or how to access them to clean them out or make sure there draining properly. Has anyone serviced their drains?? Where are they located. Thanks in advance.
 

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Just has a similar issue on my 2011 Durango. Drain tubes run down A-pillar and drain at bottom of car. Took it to get fixed it was a pinched drain tube. Is yours under warranty?
 

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most likely there clogged i had the same issue when i got my rig
theres 2 holes on top left and right first try to get a air compressor
with a air nozzle and put water in the black tray when you open the sunroof
look from the top you will see what i am talking about then stick the nozzle
in the hole and blow it out in my case it didnt not work because my air compressor was not
strong enough so i pulled my head liner down but you dont need to pull it all down just
remove the sun visors side pillers and seat belt pillers and when you pull it down look by
the sunroof you will see a black line by the black trey and just pull it off it comes off
and put the air compressor to it and it should do the trick
 

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I also just had this problem, pinched drain hose. Cost me 2 bills to get it fixed at the stealership.
You paid 200 to fix a pinched drain hose....WTF
 

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Be very careful using an air compressor to blow them out. If it is really clogged well and you put 115psi (or whatever you regulate your line pressure to) you are liable to rupture the hose somewhere or if it is joined at any point it will push that connection loose.

I had a little leak on my H2 and used a can of compressed air (used to clean computer keyboards) etc and some tape balled up around the straw to make a decent seal. It worked fine.
 

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Good info Gents.

Roll Out!!
 
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