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Clogged Sunroof Drain I suspect

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#1 OFFLINE   derill034200


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Posted 12 September 2016 - 01:46 PM

Hello All,


The Lincoln service team looked at a leak i was having where my sunroof switch and headlamps are located. They said the drains were clear and that the problem was due to an improper seal on the sunroof (supposedly they fixed it). We had a large rain recently and the leak is still present maybe even a little worse, so my question is what is the easiest way to clear the drains? I have read all kinds of ideas but i am not sure because none were specific to a 2013 Lincoln.


Thanks for any help

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#2 OFFLINE   2010LincolnMKS


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Posted 16 October 2018 - 02:58 AM

Not much action on this site as far as responses but excess of two years later I have some input for you if you haven't drowned or sold your MKS already. The best way to clear the lines is to apply about 10 PSI (not much more) of compressed air into each of the four sunroof vent tubes. After you clear and confirm your vent tubes you may want to follow up by injecting a few ounces of white vinegar down each tube to clear any fungus or other nastiness growing in there to block the tubes, it's a good idea to repeat this process every six months or so depending on climate to keep the tubes clear. I'm having leak issues and I'm unable to operate my sunroof myself right now on my 2010.

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