Seat Leon >> Panorama roof, Leon and Leon SC

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Brush
  • Finely pored sponge
  • Workshop vacuum cleaner, for example wet-dry vacuum cleaner
  • Solid lubricating paste G 060 751 A2
  • Special lubricating paste G 052 141 A2
  • Cleaning solution D 009 401 04

NOTICE Adapt a brush (15 mm wide) using workshop equipment (bevel approx. 40Вє).

A small fine pored sponge is to be used for working with the Krytox special lubricating paste, e.g. a domestic sponge without abrasive surface which has been cut to size.

WARNING

A cloth is to be held underneath the area concerned to prevent soiling of the vehicle interior.

Check functioning.

  • Open glass panel completely.

Should noises or problems occur while checking, rectify as necessary.

Clean and lubricate glass panel:

  • Open glass panel completely.
  • Remove dirt and residual grease from the glass panel using cleaning solution D 009 401 04 and a lint-free cloth -arrows-.

Maintenance

  • Apply a thin film of Krytox G 052 141 A2 special lubricating paste to the seal of the glass panel (outer edge) using a fine pored sponge -arrows-.

NOTICE After application of the special lubricant past it is to be ensured that no large visible residues remain.

Maintenance

Clean and grease roof frame seal:

  • Remove dirt and residual grease from the roof frame using cleaning solution D 009 401 04 and a lint-free cloth.
  • Apply a thin film of special lubricating paste Krytox G 052 141 A2 (using a fine pored sponge) to the frame seal -arrow-.

NOTICE After application of the special lubricant past it is to be ensured that no large visible residues remain.

NOTICE All following operations described are to be repeated on the opposite side of the vehicle.

Maintenance

Clean and grease the guide rail:

  • Glass panel completely opened.
WARNING

The operating slide -green- must be neither cleaned nor greased. Risk of damage!

NOTICE In case the locking device for the operating slide has to be unlocked when carrying out cleaning and lubricating work, the panoramic sliding roof must not be operated. (Risk of damage).

Maintenance

  • If necessary fine sand and dust particles are to be removed from the guide rail using a workshop vacuum cleaner.
  • Residual dirt and grease in the guide rail is to be removed using a lint-free cloth.
  • Apply G 060 751 A2 lubricating paste to the outer guide rail with a brush -arrow-.

Maintenance

  • Apply G 060 751 A2 lubricating paste to the inner guide rail with a brush -arrow-.
  • Remove excess lubricant from the rails using a lint-free cloth.

Maintenance

Clean from inside and grease guide rail:

  • Push glass panel towards closed position until the wind deflector is fully raised.
  • Remove residual dirt and grease from the guide rail of the glass panel mechanism (inside) using a lint-free cloth.
  • Apply G 060 751 A2 lubricating paste to the guide rail of the glass panel mechanism (inside) using a brush -arrows-.
  • Remove excess grease out of the guide rail of the glass panel mechanism (inside) using a lint-free cloth.

Clean from the inside and grease the sliding guide of the glass panel:

  • Residual dirt and grease is to be removed using a lint-free cloth.
  • Apply G 060 751 A2 lubricating paste to the inner sliding guide of the glass panel with a brush -arrows-.
  • Remove excess lubricating grease from the sliding guide of the glass panel using a lint-free cloth.

Maintenance

Clean and grease the outer guide rails:

  • Open glass panel completely.
  • Remove residual dirt and grease from the guide rail of the glass panel mechanism (outside) using a lint-free cloth.
  • Apply G 060 751 A2 lubricating paste to the guide rail of the glass panel mechanism (outside) using a brush -arrows-.
  • Remove excess grease out of the guide rail of the glass panel mechanism (outside) using a lint-free cloth.

Clean and grease the glass panel mechanism:

  • Residual dirt and grease is to be removed using a lint-free cloth.
  • Apply G 060 751 A2 lubricating paste to the mounting cage of the glass panel mechanism using a brush -arrows-.

Maintenance

  • Apply G 060 751 A2 lubricating paste to the tilt lever of the glass panel mechanism using a brush -arrow-.
  • If necessary remove excess grease from the tilt lever using a lint-free cloth.

Clean and grease the outer sliding guides of the glass panel:

  • Remove residual dirt and grease from the outer sliding guide of the glass panel using a lint-free cloth.
  • Apply G 060 751 A2 lubricating paste to the outer sliding guide of the glass panel using a brush -arrow-.
  • Remove excess lubricating grease from the sliding guide of the glass panel using a lint-free cloth.
  • Operate the roof system through the complete cycle of movement and check once again that all lubricating points are free of residual grease.

Maintenance

Lock operating slide:

  • Carefully depress the lever of operating slide -green-.
  • Carefully push the locking device -blue- sideways onto the lever -green-with a screwdriver.

Maintenance

Clean wind deflector:

  • Check the wind deflector -1- for dirt. Especially check lower part of wind deflector for dirt -arrows-.
  • Remove dirt deposits using e.g. a wet-dry vacuum cleaner .

Maintenance

NOTICE To remove insects and particles from the net and wind deflector frame, use a sponge and a soapy solution.

Mixing ratio for soapy solution: 3 drops of washing-up liquid to 1 litre of water.

WARNING

Do not use a commercially available insect remover or other solvents since such products have not been tested and approved.

  • Then remove loose insects and particles using a vacuum cleaner with a suitable nozzle.
WARNING

Use a suitable nozzle for the wind deflector so that the net is not damaged! Ensure that no dirt enters the inside of the vehicle while this work is being carried out.

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