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Sunroofs Are For The Birds.....

I initially thought I had clogged sunroof drains that were causing a small leak. The issue is actually bigger than that and has nothing to do with the drains. There is hinged part of the sunroof frame that has a weather strip attached to it that aids in drainage. Unfortunately for me the one on my car has become misshaped and allows water to leak into the car. Has anyone else experienced this and what's the best way to find this part without buying a whole new frame?
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What year? Can you ID it on the PET? I don’t recognize that part.
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It's an '03 and I believe that it is a part of the sunroof frame that's why it doesn't have a part number in the diagram. I'm just hoping someone else on here has seen or had the same issue.
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maybe take a piece of small diameter rubber hose, slit it on one side and slip it over the metal flange
might be a good temp fix until you can source the proper part
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