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Thread: Is there adjustment on the moonroof to get a better seal?

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    Question Is there adjustment on the moonroof to get a better seal?

    Hey, the moonroof on my '89 SC is starting to generate some wind noise at speed (plus it's dripping water on my head in the car wash). There appears to be some adjustment available on the trim/support side pieces to reposition the moonroof panel. Is this possible or do I need to replace the seal - nothing has ever be done to it shy of rubbing a little silicon on it. Thanks!
    Last edited by nuketrainer; 05-12-2005 at 12:48 PM. Reason: Clarification

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuketrainer
    Hey, the moonroof on my '89 SC is starting to generate some wind noise at speed (plus it's dripping water on my head in the car wash). There appears to be some adjustment available on the trim/support side pieces to reposition the moonroof panel. Is this possible or do I need to replace the seal - nothing has ever be done to it shy of rubbing a little silicon on it. Thanks!
    I think you will have to replace the seal. Do a search for Webesto or Webasto, I think. If it doesn't come up, then search for moon roof seal. The seal shrinks over time and no adjustment will fix that.
    Kurt K (e-mail)
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