You need to put the roof into vent position. After it is in the vent position push and hold the vent button again until the sunroof gives a little movement. After that happens the roof should run normal.
There should be a hand piece on the sunroof. By pulling the handle and pulling forward this will close the sunroof.
Start the M35 or set the ignition to ACC mode. Close the sunroof completely and release the switch. Press and hold the switch towards the close position for more than 5 seconds. This should reset the feature. Press the switch toward the open position to test.
If you have a 1997 Camaro with a custom sunroof and need help making it a functional sunroof, you should check into getting an operating motor. A sunroof would ordinarily be able to pop up with the help of a motor.
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There should be an emergency close feature that will allow you to manually close the sunroof on a 2007 Camry. You can also remove the sunroof motor to manually close it.
A car radio that has stopped working will need to be checked for wiring problems or a problem in the radio itself. The car dealer should be able to track the source of the problem to let you know how to proceed with fixing it.
First, make sure that the fuse is still working. Use the vehicle manual to determine the correct fuse. Begin by removing the headliner, it comes down easily if you remove the screws on the sun visors on the driver and passenger sides and any other screws holding it up. Next, pop out the sunroof switch, it should come out with a flathead screwdriver and some slight gental leverage. The sunroof motor should be visable under the headliner where the sunroof switch was. If the motor is stuck it is holding the sunroof in place. It needs to be removed. (Before removing test the wires to see if power is getting to the motor. If there is power you know this is not an electrical problem.) There should only be a few small bolts holding it in. Experiment with different ratchet sizes to see which will fit. Once the motor removed the sunroof should be easy to slide down.
Sorry, but the 02 model sunroof differs from the 92-93 sunroof. size, demisions, etc. a sunroof from any EX/SE 90-93 should work.
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If you need to reset a hollandia sunroof, check your owners manual. You should be able to find instructions on how to perform this task.
It should support a reasonable weight but sunroof "glass" may actually be plastic and can be easily scratched.
To reset the sunroof you must push the sunroof switch up and hold it for a few seconds then turn it to fully opened, then to closed.
Working on the sunroof is very hard to keep from having leaks afterward. I suggest taking it to a trim shop that has experience in this. CAll for a couple of estimates I had the same problem,its less expensive to just get a bit bigger sunroof installed to cover the hole that was already there, so you wont have leaks or any other problems. call for estimates
the sunroof shouldnt have a drain.it would leak in your vehicle if it had a plug to pull.wind should take care of rain water
It shouldn't be a problem, but you should go see your doctor if it worries you.
Replace position a sensor and your problem should be takin care of.
I have a 92 Toyota Camry that had the same problem. The result for my problem was my sunroof. It was not closing all the way like it was supposed to thus resulting in the water entering through the gaps between the rubber gaskets and causing my floor to get wet. If you have a sunroof, you should check it and take it apart and putting it back on making sure everything is tight and secured.
You should determine the costs of replacing the sunroof against your deductible. It may not be covered, anyway, read your policy to find out the terms.
the sunroof motor is simple to replace, but may be time consuming. you first have to remove the headliner. take all the trim holding the headliner off to bring the liner down. once you are inside the headliner, remove the two screws holding the sunroof control assembly. Disconnect the wireing harness from the motor. 3 screws hold the motor in place. Before removing the motor, make sure the sunroof is closed and sealed shut. the motor is timed to the position of the sunroof. Do not turn the motor gear under any circumstance. once the motor is out, inspect the drive cables for any visible wear. Installation of a new motor is just the opposite of removal. the new motor should come pre-timed to the "Closed" position.
The computer chip that controls your windows may not be working. You should have a professional diagnose your windows to determine the actual problem.
po320 indicates acrankshaft position sensor problem should probably be replaced