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Sunroof leak (I've read other posts)

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After reading the below post I thought my problems would be solved:
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We had a month's rain in 24hrs in Melbourne yesterday and the headlining of the sunroof slider blind was very wet (the blind was in the open position).
The rear and left side of the blind were saturated - I first noticed the water on the passengers seat and followed it up the seat to the sunroof (which was sealed closed).

Not sure what to do. Appreciate any tips thanks guys.
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One method pointed out by a member is to use cable flex to push down the holes. There are 4 holes, 2 go down the A pillar at the front of the car, and the other 2 run along the headlining to the D pillar at the rear of the car. The flex method is the safest, but you can also use compressed air. The only problem is that the compressed air could pop the pipes off the sunroof if too much pressure is built up.

If you open the sunroof fully, and look at each corner of the sunroof, you will be able to see the holes.
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