EPC research indicate three different possible part numbers: 124 780 00 98
is "sunroof seal" for ~$117.  124 782 04 98 is "sunroof weatherstrip front"
for ~$9 and 124 682 00 97 is "sunroof weatherstrip rear" for ~$13.

I'm tempted to order all three.  The seal installed in my car is in two
parts, a front and a rear.

Yesterday after the water test, as I drove the car more and more water
appeared on the floor, so it was continuing to flow out from some body
cavity.  I am going to perform a new test and include a drive around after
wetting each area (windshield drains, doors, and then roof).

Charleston SC

On Sat, May 2, 2015 at 6:01 PM, Max Dillon <dillonm...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Parking the car pointed uphill will eliminate or greatly reduce the water
> incursion. Water only appears on the passenger side floor.
> Today I checked the sunroof drains (two in front corners), they are both
> clear. I ran weed-wacker cord down each, followed by gently pouring water
> down each.
> Using the garden hose, car parked facing downhill, I ran water down the
> windshield drains: nothing. Water on both right side doors from top edge
> seal down: nothing.
> Sprayed water on the roof, finally got water in the car.
> My theory is the seal around the sunroof is letting too much water past
> and the drains can't keep up. I'm going to replace that seal next.
> --
> Max Dillon
> Charleston SC
> '87 300TD
> '95 E300

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