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oh hai
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A few days ago I accidentally left my sunroof open during a big rainstorm. Next day I cleaned up pretty well, carpets are all dry now and seats are fine.

But there's now water leaking and coming out right at the brackets of both the driver and passenger visors. The visors themselves are a little damp, and the leaking usually occurs when there's acceleration, deceleration, or any abrupt turning.

What can I do to fix this without bringing my car into the stealership?
 

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I'd say theres isnt much to do except to just let it dry out. Its happend to me like two times and everything dried out after a couple of days.
 

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orly?
okay thanks then. just got home from errands and it seemed a little better. i'll wait it out then
just wanted to make sure there wasn't some major issue
 

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just just park out in the open and hope the heat dries up all the water stuck in there
 

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lets hope you dont get mildew or your car gon STANK.
 

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Park your car in the sun, open all doors and sun roof, move visors to locations where they get the most sun.

Shop vac as mentioned above. Could try hair-drier (low setting), moving across visors pretty quickly so you don't heat them up too much.

Make sure you get everything good and clean to avoid mildew.
 
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