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i have a 06 megacab i bought used about two months ago, we just got our first rain and went to town and there was water dripping from the factory dvd player, i have washed it before and never saw a leak but i think with the rain water sitting and puddling for so long it made its way in, is this a common problem or is there a common fix??? thanks for any info P.S. i hate sunroofs..
Use the search... I had the EXACT same thing... has not happened since (one time only). I did catch it once where it did not close properly. I had to open it then close it again. Maybe a fluke?
I have read about the drain tubes getting clogged. I repeat SEARCH for the info.
2006, Mega, SRW, 3500, 4x4, Auto, Flame red, SLT, Nav and sun roof, GDP 2-MK+, Performax gauges (EGT, FP, RP, Trans, Boost), Smarty POD
The rest is STOCK till the money rolls in On deck for install: Fuel Boss pump
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I would say either it was just slightly slightly open and didn't seal, or maybe you have a drain that is plugged up. I've had that happen with other cars that I owned with moon roofs. If the drain backs up, the water has no place to go but into the car/truck.
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