Driving on the motorway at the weekend I discovered a leak in the ceiling of my '51 plate Clio. The leak is located roughly an inch forwards from where the passenger sunshade sits when stowed.
Its the first time I've noticed the problem, and it was pretty thick horrible persistant rain (50MPH-on-the-Motorway bad for several hours) so I don't think its a major issue, but obviously if its one that's likely to get worse I don't want it to deteriorate!
I think at present it could be one of three things:
I'm aware of some damage to the rubber surround of the windscreen in the top corner (it looks a bit like "chewed by vermin" damage - rat or bird perhaps) but IIRC this is unlikely to cause the effect described - am I correct in this assumption? Edit clarification - This is on the OUTSIDE of the vehicle
I'm also aware that the door seal might need fixing in place again, as it came loose a few weeks ago. I fitted it back, but not sure if it needs securing by more than just friction.
Is it potentially the sunroof? I've heard different things from different people, and one of them is something about drainage channels?
Could it be something else?
I'm somewhat of an amateur when it comes to fixing cars, but I'm quite handy so if it's an easy fix I'd like to do it myself if possible.