Had my 2012 in three times as my dealer tried to apply the TSB but no luck and on fourth time they put in a new headliner which was quite a process including taking windshield out.i don't know why they think a new headliner will do better but I believe the lip behind the sunroof is thinner than mine was.
The fix for this (from the TSB) will not permanently solve the problem. I bought the repair kit directly from the manufacturer and their instructions go a step further than the TSB. They suggest gluing the velcro to the roof and liner because the normal tape won't hold up to hot/cold changes through the seasons.
I had the dealer do it the first time and it failed in about 6 months. I did it myself a few months ago and have a lot more confidence that it's fixed permanently now.
I don't have it, but if you google the TSB it should have the part number listed at the beginning. Google that and you'll probably find the manufacturer. It's been awhile since I did it and didn't bother to keep the wrapper.
Well I think my '13 is set up differently...rotating the piece 180 really doesn't change anything. There is a magnet connected to the roof piece with two spacer blocks attached. I will figure something out here.
Seriously cant believe how short that piece is cut relative to the gasket strip. Not even close.
Mine started coming apart again. Used a paint stick cut into pieces and stacked to get the right height and used Gorilla Glue. It hasn't budged since. NOTE: Gorilla Glue expands ... A LOT ... use sparingly!