Sunroofs are a nice addition to any car because they give you the choice of letting the sunshine in and keeping the rain out. The downside is, the sunroof might leak at some point. At that point, you can either pay for someone to repair it or do the job yourself. If you have a Subaru with a leaky sunroof, you can repair the problem yourself in an afternoon.
Tools Used: Tools, Glass cleaner, Water, Soft Cloth, Air compressor, Liquid caulk, or a new seal, Thin wire
Repair a Sunroof Leak
Unscrew the bolts attached to the top of your Subaru, lift the sunroof off and safely set it aside if your sunroof operates manually. If your sunroof operates electrically, wipe the top to remove grit and grime, then simply open it wide.