My sunroof is leaking, and I've already had a tech come to my home and repair it. It so far has only occurred while going through a car wash, although I've only had the vehicle since mid-September and haven't had much opportunity to drive it in severe weather. During an email exchange with the service center, this was their response: "The leaking from the seals happens when the car is taken through the car wash due to the design of the seals. It is generally recommended In the owners Manual that the car is not taken through the car wash. At this time there is no fix for this but I will create a concern so that if in the future they change the seals we can quickly have this taken care of for you." I can't believe that Tesla's solution to this is to avoid automated carwashes. How do those of us in Northern climates wash our cars in the winter, and who has time to hand wash a car whenever it needs it? I've owned cars with sunroofs that cost a small fraction of this one, and the sunroofs never leaked, even after years of ownership. Is anybody else having this problem? Were you able to resolve it, and if so, how?