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  1. Fixed it - the front grommets both have little spouts/drains built into them and the one on the passenger side was blocked up, but a piece of wire soon sorted that out. The amount of water that drained out was amazing!
  2. I agree - if someone could indicate where these grommets can be found that would be useful. I have had a quick look in my dingy garage, but was none the wiser! Many thanks.
  3. Hey all, This is my first post here, having just collected my 2005MY Cayenne S yesterday afternoon and as with a lot of "first posts", I come to you needing help!!! After I picked the car up yesterday, it was caught in a 5 minute deluge with the sunroof on tilt - now while no water got into the cabin via the sunroof, I think some has got trapped within the sills via the sunroof drains. Unfortunately I can now hear a VERY annoying sloshing sound, which seems to be coming from the passenger side sill area. I'm going to have a look-see later for grommets etc that I can pull out, but it seems
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