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Sunroof Seal Information

As a driver, you know that sunroofs are a great addition to your vehicle. This window-like opening on the roof of your car can be one of driving’s small joys: sliding it open adds a degree of carefree irreverence that really enhances the experience. The downside of sunroofs, however, is that they can break. It may be that the sunroof motor decides to give up the ghost … or, if you’ve got a manually-operated sunroof, the sunroof handle may wear out or break off. Another common problem is leaking: the edges of the sunroof can be responsible for letting moisture into the passenger cabin. In this situation, a failed sunroof seal is often to blame. Around the edges of the sunroof, a rubber seal is generally responsible for keeping out moisture. Over time, the rubber can dry out and crack. When this happens, the integrity of the seal is at risk, and rain, snow, and sleet can get around the edges of the opening. If you need to make repairs to your sunroof, shop for great parts online at PartsGeek.com for the best prices and selection.

Sunroof Seal

There’s nothing more frustrating than a leaky sunroof. On warm, sunny days, your sunroof brings you joy as the light and the breeze spill through the open window. But when it rains or snows, a leaky sunroof seal leaves you cold, wet and irritated. Avoid the rainy day blues by replacing your old, worn out sunroof seal with a new one designed just for your car.

We offer sunroof seals from both aftermarket companies such as Vaico and URO Parts, and original equipment manufacturers like porsche, mercedes and volvo, to ensure that you can always find the right option for your car and your budget. When you order from PartsGeek.com, you have millions of parts from a variety of manufacturers to choose from, so you can always find the right parts for your vehicle. All our parts come backed by our 30-day return policy, so if you’re not satisfied with your part, you can return it for a replacement or refund.

What is a sunroof seal?

Sunroof seals are strips of rubber, felt or velvet lining that are installed around the edges of your sunroof to prevent leaks. Typically, these are used to replace existing seals that have worn out, cracked or shrunk over time.

How much does a new sunroof seal cost?

The cost of a sunroof seal can vary based on a variety of factors, including make and model of your car, materials, and whether the seal is an aftermarket part or made by the original equipment manufacturer. Typical sunroof seals on PartsGeek.com range anywhere from $10-$133.

How do you install a sunroof seal?

Installing a sunroof seal is a fairly simple process that you can do at home:

  1. Start by removing the old seal. Take the rain channel off the back side of the roof, then take out the leaky seal. Clean the sunroof to make sure you’ve removed any residue or remaining pieces of the previous seal.
  2. Thoroughly clean the surface before installing the new seal to ensure a secure attachment.
  3. Fold the longer of the two strips in half to find the center.
  4. Press the center of the strip into position in the middle of the front edge of the sunroof, felt side up.
  5. Press the strip into place all along one side and then the other, making sure to check for any gaps.
  6. Repeat steps 3-5 with the shorter strip, starting from the center of the back edge of the sunroof and working toward the first strip.
  7. Trim any overlap between the two strips to ensure a secure fit with no gaps.
  8. Check over your seal one more time to make sure everything is securely fitted. Pay close attention to corners.
  9. Reinstall the rain channel. Check it over to ensure it also has no leaks.
  10. Replace the sunroof, checking to make sure it lines up with the new seal and leaves no room for leaks. Try opening and closing it a few times to make sure everything fits and stays sealed.

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1992 Mercedes 300D Sunroof Seal

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1985 Mercedes 190E Sunroof Seal

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Fast shipping, was the right part, fit and form was correct, very satisfied.

2002 Mercedes G500 Sunroof Seal

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Beware of a tricky installation procedure – but that's not the product's fault. It's a great seal, highly recommendable!

1976 BMW 2002 Sunroof Seal

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1984 Porsche 944 Sunroof Seal