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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
First is a pic of it closed, a view from the side of the front. I don't know if it's completely obvious but to me it looks like the sunroof sits a bit higher than it should.
Second is another pic of it closed. I guess it's hard to tell that it isn't sitting exactly right but that's the seal that I need.
This one is of the rear of the sunroof. You can see the slice in the seal here, it's right in the middle. I think that's where the two ends meet but they've eroded away a bit, making them about 1/4 inch away from each other.
This one is also a view of the problem seal, except from the inside. That little bit of light coming in in the middle is where the hole is, but like I said before, this isn't the cause (or at least the only cause) of the leak.
These two show how far the sunroof closes when I hold the button down. I have to release it and press it down again to get it to move forward any farther.
These last three are what happens when I push the button to close it all the way. The first is the whole thing, the second is a close up of the front driver's side corner, and the last is a close up of the rear pass. side corner.