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Hi,
I was wondering if the sunroof should be completely sealed when closed not allowing any water to seep through? Or is it designed to allow some water to enter and drain out via the drainage holes? Also how many drain holes does the CRV have, I see 2 located in the front.
 

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If you ever have the windshield replaced ,be aware that a careless technician will cut the hoses while cutting out the old windshield. Leaving you with water leaking in where the water becomes trapped. :kaboom
 

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There are 4 drain holes, 2 front, 2 rear.

https://www.hondapartsnow.com/parts...dr_ex-l_2wd_lea_navi-ka-cvt/sliding-roof.html


Almost all of the water will stay out when the roof is closed. BUT if you have left the roof open or tilted where pollen or other contaminants collect, you should check the holes periodically to assure that they are clear.

Hello,

Should the front and rear sunroof drains both empty out behind the front tires?


UPDATE::

Just checked it and each sunroof drain will drain out of the corresponding mudflap. (Drivers front sunroof drain will empty out from drivers front mudflap, etc)
 
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