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2002 mercedes benz c270cdi cabin light and sunroof not working. I have checked all the fuses. Any ideas?

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Check switch that operates sunroof

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If you are certain that the fuse is okay, next replace the Multi-Purpose Relay/Combination Relay. This relay controls all three of those devices and is most likely your culprit. I would try the junkyard first and grab two just to be on the safeside. You'll find it under the fuse box cover on the driver's side engine bay.

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