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2003 Toyota Moonroof stuck open

I have brought the vehicle to the Toyota dealership and of course the warrantee I purchased just six months ago when i bought the certified pre-owned 4 runner, only covers half of the parts, which they need to order and I may wind up paying 1,100.00 for, has given me the car back with the MR stuck open, Is there any way to manually close it? they said three service men tried to close it but were unable to do so.

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  • regina777 Sep 08, 2008

    Thank you very much! I wound up fighting witrh the dealership and they have agreed to pay 90% of the cost so they are fixing it.

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Regina the roof basically needs to be removed taken apart and the tracks cleaned and greased properly. There is a TSB regarding this issue. I had mine stuck and that's how it was resolved.
The grease dries out fills with dirt, dust. and binds... Its sort of common. It does not need any parts....But grease.

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So, if the local Qatar dealer is saying this, then it probably is something that falls under local policy.

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Describe Sir I already bought a new TOYOTA TUNDRA from united state of America from camelback Toyota scion 1333 east camelback *phoenix, AZ 85014 (www.camelbacktoyota.com) and shipped it to STATE OF QATAR....


I haven't any reason to disbelieve the Qatar agent when he or she says that that any car purchased outside of the Qatar will not be under warranty. GMC is not the same as Toyota, I guess.

The Toyota Tundra is an excellent vehicle, and I'm sure that if you do the regular service on it then it will last a long time. However, there's the issue of whether it's under warranty in case anything goes wrong with it.

I guess it's one of those things that one might encounter in international business with warranties and such.

I never thought about that issue as being an issue, but apparently that's what they told you.
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The end of the above tells you to see your Toyota dealer and that's what you did. Maybe you could argue your case with a district or regional manager, but I think that it probably will be difficult to find free service in your country.

That means that you will have to pay for any service that your vehicle requires, rather than getting it free or covered under the 'limited' warranty.

I wish you luck, however, in obtaining warranty service for your Toyota vehicle, over there.

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Why would you ever go to a dealer, after the warrantee runs out. Just to spend extra money and get upset?

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Some dealer you got there. Took you long enough to get pissed.
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