Recently sunroof clicks, hesitates, and has wind noise
I have a 2005 Nissan Sentra SER. Today in opening my sunroof it starting "clicking" and hesitating slightly (simutaneously) during movement. I then noticed a considerable difference in wind noise when driving, even with a low speed. It sounds as if I have the sunroof open when it is in fact closed. (I opened and closed my sunroof several times to make sure.) Any ideas? Do I need to "test" my sunroof with a water hose to see if it leaks?
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does it have a wind sheild that comes up when sunroof open has it done this all the time if not there should be a small wind shield that pops up when the roof opens if it has none you can buy a wind reflactor for a few pounds which atatches to sunroof
Sometimes if you disconnect the battery, the sunroof will lose its automatic operation. In order to reset it, you will need to manually cycle the sunroof all the way open, all the way closed, and all the way vented and closed.
sounds like a case of closing the horse after the barn ran away...Pretty good chance that you have lost an engine bearing (yes, that means it's new engine time) To avoid this in the future regard your oil light as a "you just blew your engine" light. Check your oil at least every two weeks, and this will never happen again (not for lack of oil anyway!!!)
check the seals the rubber around window has anyone put anything on top of your car open the sunroof check the inside as it closes / to move the sunroof up or down after resting there are bolts on ech side at front theat you can un bolt push up and tighten up/ thanks for using fix ya please rate my response thank you very much
Surely sounds like a low voltage issue. Relays commonly flash between open and closed when the power drops below 10 volts. Also other indicators in your descrp. explain the same. I would suggest giving the battery a good charge. Also if you can get your hands on a multi-meter and verify voltage that would be good. You can get one at walmart for around 10 bucks. Volts DC is what you want. Besides if you get it you'll def find other uses for it. Let me know if you need farther help