Do a search for the words water, leak, sunroof. You will find this is not new!cangryman said:take it to the dealer, I did mines like a month ago, the leak was in the same spot that you are describing, it took the 3 days but it was because they didnt had the part ( drain tube) so I had to wait, but it should be a one day thing. :beer:
If your problem is as bad as you say it is, and if it were me, I would go to the dealer you bought it from, demand to talk to the manager of the dealership (not the service manager), show him or her the damage and your receipt stating they "repaired it", and demand a new vehicle. If they don't comply, tell them that you will be getting with an attorney relating to lemon laws and water damaged vehicles and your attorney will get back with them. If the water damage is as bad as you say it is, I would tell them the vehicle is unsafe to drive and be firm, polite, and clear in what you want them to do to solve the problem to your satisfaction. After all, you did spend alot of your hard earned money at their dealership and they sold you a vehicle that had a major defect. Just my opinion!CareBear said:I'm glad I'm not the only one having this problem. I have a ton of water damage in my 2008 Acadia. All my doors, windows, even under the dashboard have water in coming. I also have water coming from my side curtain air bags, doom lights, and rear senser lights have water coming from them. I love my car but I'm scared that something is going to short out while I'm driving with all the water that is coming in my car. I have had it to the dealer once and they said they fixed it but it has only gotten worse. I noticed today that I have water now coming into the car from my windshield.
I agree with you and feel sorry for those that have so many water leak problems. A GM human error quality issue for over a year!! There must be unhappy workers at this plant or car was built on a Monday or Friday. WOW! you are a "FREAK" and I'm stiving to be a, "HERO" ........someday!!Web Raven said:I was just having this conversation with my boyfriend the other day about how thankful I am that I didn't get an SLT with sunroofs (which is what I had originally wanted, but in the end couldn't really justify the expense).
When the water leak is that severe, the dealership should not even hesitate at replacing the entire vehicle. Mold will result from the water damage, that's a given. Whether it will actually be visible to you or not is a different story.
Hopefully you won't have to involve an attorney, but I would definitely start at your dealership or contact GM about replacing that vehicle ASAP.
Wow, that can't be a good sign if you have those. Have they ever illuminated?CareBear said:...I also have water coming from my side curtain air bags, doom[/color] lights...
HEY- that is Queen Freak :notworthy: to all of us unwashed masses.WOW! you are a "FREAK" and I'm striving to be a, "HERO" ........someday!!