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2005 Jeep Cherokee Laredo aftermarket sunroof needs reprogramming

My son decided to push all the buttons and now it wont close when you push the close button and the #1 & #2 buttons do the exact same thing. I haven't been able to find any information regarding how to do this, anything will help. Thanx!

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I'm not sure if this would correct the problem but try taking out the fuse for the sunroof. Keep it out for about 5 minutes then plug it back in. That might reset the controls. You could also try disconnecting the battery and leaving it disconnected for 5 minutes. (This ensures that the computer chip will also reset everything to default.)
If you're not sure where the fuse is, look in the owner's manual. The fuses are usually located by the floor of the front passenger. The owner's manual will tell you which fuse is for the sunroof, sometimes it will have other electrical components going through the same fuse but that shouldn't matter.

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