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This looks like a power issue at the switches..need to check fuses and circuit breakers first and then see if there is power to the switches. if not you may be able to remove the switch setup out of the car door and if possible power it up with a battery charger strong enough to close the window..(motor buzzing will tell you if the charger will work or not) if you dont think you can do that, check with a custom car shop who may assist you in closing the window(let them know it may be an electrical switch issue) good luck
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
THE ELECTRIC DRIVE SYSTEM FOR POWER SUNROOF IS NOT ADJUSTABLE.DONT REMOVE THE SUNROOF MOTOR UNLESS THE SUNROOF IS COMPLETELY CLOSED.OTHERWISE A NEW MOTOR WILL HAVE TO BE INSTALLED AND TIMED WITH A TOOL THAT COMES WITH THE NEW MOTOR.THE GLASS PANEL CAN BE ADJUSTED.OPEN THE INTERIOR SUNSHADE ALL THE WAY BACK AND OPERATE THE SUNROOF UNTIL FULLY CLOSED.THERE ARE THREE GLASS MOUNTING SCREWS ON EACH SIDE OF THE SUNROOF OPENING.INSIDE THE VECHICLE LOOSEN THE SCREWS SET THE FRONT EDGE OF THE GLASS TO BE JUST 1MM BELOW THE SURFACE OF THE ROOF.ADJUST THE GLASS AT THE REAR EDGE TO BE JUST ABOVE 1MM THE ROOF AT THE REAR TIGHTEN THE SCREWS.
Posted on May 23, 2010
SOURCE: my elec. sunroof is stuck
My sunroof was stuck open on my Volvo S-80. I solved this by using my key and manually locking and unlocking the drives side door 3 or 4 times to reset the computer.
Posted on May 13, 2009
SOURCE: sunroof will not close
If the motor is stuck, you can probably hold the switch to the forward position, and smack the roof. This may allow the motor to start working. I don't think there is any way to do it manually.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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