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Clio - Sunroof Leak - Sensor Fault

Hello everyone,
Please can someone help me my clio's sunroof leaks and it has dripped onto the chip board, which is connected to my central locking which now doesn't work, therefore my car wont start!!!
I need some advice???
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Hi Vicki, welcome to the forum

It may help if you could give a bit more info on your car, year, model, can be added to your profile so it comes up in your posts. In this case the type of sunroof may be helpful

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Hi Vicki,

Have a read through the Clio articles on the left, Lots of useful pointers there for leaking sunroofs.

Use the Forums search facility input - Clio sunroof or leaking sunroof and it should throw up some info for you to work on.
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Hi Vicki,

if it's a MkI clio try removing the sunroof inner seal and putting it in a bath of hot water for a bit before refitting. Also make sure its the sunroof and not the arial.

If a MkII you may need to unblock the drain holes in the sunroof frames.
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On my wife's old Mk1 I applied a thin smear of silicone grese (vasalene should do) to the seal, it never leaked again in the 6 years we had it.

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