Boxster S: Chasing a Mazdaspeed 3
This video is from Nord Stern's (Porsche Club) Last Fling DE at Brainerd
International Raceway in Brainerd, MN the weekend of Sept. 29 & 30, 2007.
Video was taken from a stock 2000 Porsche Boxster S on Bridgestone RE-01
The 2007 Mazda Mazdaspeed3 is being driven by a good friend of mine. It
has upgraded suspension, intake, and Exhaust. It's also running on street tires.
2009 Honda Fit with Webasto Panoramic Sunroof
The US version of the 2009 Honda Fit is not available with the neat
all-glass "skyroof" that other markets get, which bummed me out because I'd
seen it in the previews of the car and was hoping for that option. In my
search for a sunroof for my Fit, I came across the Webasto Hollandia 524
Grandview Panoramic Sunroof. It's a discontinued model now, but I found a
shop that had one and I went for it anyway. It provides as much daylight as
the "Skyroof" option on non-US Fits. Plus, unlike the Skyroof, it actually
opens. Webasto reps said a replacement model for the 524 is coming soon.
Ford Mustang Power Sunroof
Webasto's Hollandia 322L power spoiler sunroof installed in the 2007 Ford
Mustang. Features include
single touch switch, protective Venus® glass panel, sliding sunshade,
key-off auto-close, integrated wind deflector, limited 5-year parts
warranty, and a clean, finished look! www.webasto.us
BMW Sunroof Repair.wmv
Repairing the Sunroof Shade on a 2003 BMW 325 xiT E46. This repair will
apply to all E46 models from 1999 to 2006.
Symptoms: I should have showed what was going on before going into the
repair. I had the sunroof fully open. I went to close it and the sunshade
appeared to jump off of the track and there was a crunching sound. I was
able to reposition the sunshade to close the glass panel but the
sunshade was jumping around....not anchored. The plastic tabs on the
driver's side broke and that is what I replaced to correct the issue.
How to Fix a Leaky Sunroof
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Step 1: Consult your owner's manual and warranty
Consult your owner's manual and warranty. Leaks in your sunroof may be
Follow the instructions in your owner's manual for cleaning a
factory-installed sunroof. Different sunroofs require different types of
Step 2: Clean the outside of the sunroof
Use window cleaning solvent and a soft cloth to thoroughly clean the
outside of your sunroof. Clean the surface as well as the outside parts of
Step 3: Clean the seals
Open your sunroof. Use a cloth soaked in water to clean the inside parts of
the seals as well as the track that the sunroof sits in. Pick out or vacuum
away debris from the track or seals.
Step 4: Physically inspect the seals
Carefully inspect the seals, looking for cracks or breaks. Contact the
manufacturer or a local repair shop if you see any damage to the seals.
Be sure to thoroughly dry out a wet car interior to prevent mold and
mildew. Use towels to sop up puddles of water and leave your windows or
doors open to let the car dry out.
Step 5: Check tracks in drive system
Check the tracks in the cable drive operating system if you have a
tilt-and-slide sunroof. Remove debris and wipe the tracks and cable with a
cloth to remove dirt and other build-up.
Step 6: Test leak
Close your sunroof and pour a small amount of water over the top to find
out if the cleaning fixed the leak. If not, take your car to a professional
for repair. Clean your sunroof on a regular basis to keep it in top shape.
Did You Know?
The sun is 4.5 billion years old.