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Sunroof weatherstripping came off

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On my way home this evening I opened the sunroof, after a minute or so I noticed a black rubber piece on my rear window. I slowed down to stop and retrieve it. The piece is about 30" long my only guess is it's from the sunroof. It's made of rubber and looks like it has a channel to fit over a lip.

I'll try to post a pic, in the meantime anyone know where it goes?

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I think it fits on the bottom rear edge of the sunroof, easiley accessible with the sunroof in tilted position, refit with some glue.

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Experienced the same Jamie, though on the Autobahn at significant speed, why I had the sun roof open I do not know. It fell partly off and slammed my roof, not a sound you'd like driving fast, thump thump thump thump. Amazing it did not fall completely off, just reattached it, no clue, has stayed on since.

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