I currently have a similar problem. It seems that one arm on the sunroof is frozen in place, while the other arm can move. I kept playing with the button, hearing a bit of a grinding sound - probably the gear teeth on the left arm (the one that is frozen). While messing with the button the right arm proceeded to move back a little bit at a time, but the left one did not. When trying to close the sunroof again, the frozen one would not move back (of course), but the right one did not move back either, so now it is cockeyed and stays paritally open all of the time.
I spoke with a sunroof repair person, who told me it would take a couple of hours just to bring the arm back down so that I could at least close the sunroof all the way so it wouldn't leak. That would cost $130. It seems like at least the motor would have to be replaced and possibly one or more arms of the sunroof.
Not sure if I helped or not, but it looks like it would be a few hundred bucks to get it fixed. I think I will just get the arms back in place, put the glass back in, and take the fuse out, so that no one tries to open it again.
I have a 92 SC & had to replace the sunroof relay. It controls the up/down & open/close functions. It's located above the headliner at the front of the sunroof & it's easiest to remove the headliner to access it. Also, it's a dealer part....part stores can't or won't get them. .
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rubber seal around the opening on the hood is loose and preventing the sunroof from moving down and sliding open.
Yes,there are a few ways to close a stuck open sunroof on this car. A person can use their hand, or a tool to pull on the sunroof while pressing the button to close it. Using some lubricant will help as well.Ê
I have a 1995 there is a latch on the side of the sunroof you pull down on it and them push toward the windshield.
Try replacing the hinges at the front of the sunroof, if you are lucky you could get theese from a brakers yard. Or on eBay.
you open the sunroof,get out of the car and lock the car with your keys
a sunroof is a glass panel on the roof that when you open it air will come through the roof in also has a protecter that you open use the sunroof
Motor is not turning both arms. See saturnfans.com for more info
There are two little hydraulics at the front of your sunroof. One on the left and one on the right. They sit at about a 45 degree angle. Take something like a window scraper, that's what I use and push on the backside of the hydraulic. It will push in and you will feel your sunroof go down slightly. Do the same thing to the other side. Get out of your car and you should then be able to push the sunroof the rest of the way down from outside of the car. Note: If it doesn't push down easy don't force it or you will break the glass.
I you happen to have a sunroof--check the two drain plugs which you can access when the sunroof is open. thry may be clogged. there are plastic tubes that run downward, which a wire can be inserted into to clean them out. hope this helps out.
Maybe you held down the unlock button, this triggers all windows to open?
I have a 96 Saturn SC2, and the seals have gone out, I use a floor mat to cover mine. But.. when you get the chance, try to take the headliner out and check the hoses. There should be drain lines. Make sure they aren't clogged. Oh, also.. check the fuses and what not to see if that is why it isn't working.
A sunroof will have a manual wench that can be controlled used a screwdriver. To close the sunroof on a 2001 Acura Integra open the panel for the sunroof motor and tighten the wench.
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i worked at a Saturn dealership for a year in the parts dept and the only way to close the sunroof manually is to use the gear the motor drives. i can't remember but some or the sunroofs were direct drive som using the gear may not be an option.
First, find the motor for the sunroof. There will be a manual override on or around the motor that you can turn to close the stuck sunroof.
Open the sunroof or put on the air con if no sunroof is fitted.
If a sunroof gets stuck open, getting it closed can be hard. It can be pulled shut if a person can get a grip on the sunroof. Fixing the wiring or fuse problem would help remedy the problem,
slide headlinercover back, raise sunroof, unsnapp liner, open sunroof fully, pull the sunroof liner/cover out and tint the the glass or refinish the headlinersunroof cover
sunroof pops up,moonroof slides back.
If the sunroof is stuck open on a Ford Expedition, a person can spray the linkage with Liquid Wrench. If the sunroof is stuck open because the motor is not working for it, check the fuse box for a burned fuse. The linkage can be taken apart, if necessary, and pressure can be applied from the top to close it temporarily.
TAke it to an auto trim shop. To work on a sun roof and keep it from leaking is very hard.
The sunroof motor is located directly behind the panel where the "open/close" switch is mounted.
Pull down the flap between the roof lights, there should be a Alan key to turn in the motor
if it is indeed a factory sunroof/moonroof then it is attached to the sunroof mechanism itself, right where the button for open/close is located in front of the rear view mirror