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Robert, UK Qualified Car Technician
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The Electric Sunroof does not close without pressing the Switch

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The Electric Sunroof does not close without pressing the Switch 2-3 times is this correct
and water is dripping onto Centre Consul
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Robert replied 2 years ago.

Hi..Im sorry to see your question hasnt been responded too...Do you still require any help/advice etc...?

If so what model / year of Hyundai do you have or had inspected?

Customer: replied 2 years ago.

Hyundai Santa Fe 4 x 4 2.2 CRD 2010 Plate EN10 LYW

Thankyou B L Cook.

Expert:  Robert replied 2 years ago.

Hi..there thanks for your reply..

Ok..givin what you have said in regards ***** ***** leak on to the centre console would suggest the leak itself/rain water or after car wash is down to the main roof panel to sunroof seal /gasket itself is leaking/or blocked or partically blocked sunnroof drain tubes..there are 4 drain holes at either corner which allow rain water to drain off from the drainage tray channels..if these tube block for what ever reason can cause water to back up and allow it drip into the cars interior - this most likely has effected the control panel fro the sunroof in regards ***** ***** causing poor contact in that taking more than one press "which you shouldnt need to do" of that switch to get the sunroof closed so that would likely need to be looked into aswell as rectifying the leak you mention..but the main problem of concern id say is dealing with the leak that has been spotted.which would likely involve blowing out those drain tubes.and inspected the seals on that sunroof or replace them..i do hope this helps

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.

Many thanks Robert, will get it checked out.

Regards B L Cook.