Mine was in 3 times and I already filed for a lemon law6Sixathome said:Mine has been in the shop four times for this :angryfire: If it leaks this time I will have to file for lemon-law. We are not satisfied around here at all!!!!!! I love the OUTLOOK but hate the water leaks.
This topic has been beat to death on all 3 lambda sites here and on Saturn fans. Water will get in through the sunroof(s) seals. It happens on all cars that I know of. In your ceiling are drain pans to catch the water that comes in, then funnells down the drain tubes through the pillars and to the ground. If the bolts were not sealed properly on the roof racks water will get in that way as well and there are no drain tubes for that. My leaking has stopped, except when my drain tubes get plugged up from junk because I leave my sunroof open to vent.leobg said:To be exact - it leaks not from the sunroof drainage tubes which tend to be not properly attached or even completely disconnected. Another issue is the seal fo the rear sunroof frame being not tight. There are also couple of reports of leaks coming from the bolts that attach the lugage rails on the roof (on a vehicle without sunroof!) but this information came from GMC Acadia (not directly related to Outlook) and could be just a single case.
Where are your leaks coming from?CHV_FRK said:Go figure... we have the sunroof, but it has had zero to do with our leaks. One more time and we will file for a lemon law. We had mold growing. We've had the entire interior out twice. Then again for bolts missing, broken panels, other damaged items, carpet replacement, etc. We love the car, but have had a terrible experience with the dealer. It's bad when I have to dis- and re-assemble everything behind them to make sure that it's right. If we get a week or so of rain I will tear down again.
This was what they found on my 3-rd visit. It rained since then couple of times, I didn't see water in the car, but both times rain wasn't intense enough to convince me problem is fixed. Time will tell.Ralf said:the sunroof cassette didn't have the sealant installed during assembly
hno: Have you had the sunroof drain tube recall done before?doropallo said:Time to revive an old thread. We are in Boston on vacation and to say it has been raining is an understatement. We left the Outlook out the other night since the parking garage at the hotel was full, and when we got in to go out the roof was leaking through the rear overhead lights. And not just a drip drip. I emailed our service tech and sent a link to a video I made of it. Will update when we know what it is. Here is the video: