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Passenger sunroof drainage repair question

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I've had a chance to diagnose the water accumulating in my front passenger footwell during rain. I found the problem to be the connector has popped out; however that is just from feeling around (removing the foam and carpeting near the wires) without disassembling the glove box etc. What seems interesting is that the two tubes barely seem to touch--there is little room for error and its too tricky to do from beneath. Can anyone give any tips as far as the easiest way to get access to this space? I don't mind contorting a bit to work on it if it means avoiding a more invasive removal of dash parts. Also, will it work reliably considering that these two peices barely touch as it is?

Thanks in advance,


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Still trying to figure out a clever way to get the front right water drain hose (996 564 207 00) seated back into the grommet (999 702 248 41). It seems like working with the air duct might be the easiest way to gain access but I haven't had time yet to try unscrewing the black ductwork behind the duct fascia. Any hints? I'm running out of ideas short of removing everything.

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