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If you can't hear anything trying to work when you hit the switch....
I would start by checking the fuse that provides power to the sun roof. Then check the switch. If both are good, you have a bad motor and need to have it replaced.
check to see if AC and HEATER blower motor is getting power .if yes replace blower motor.if no you have problems in relay- fuse- or ac and heater switch is bad.for sun roof check for power at switch if yes sun roof eletric motor need replace.or sun roof in a bind.if no power to sun roof switch.blowed fuses and bulbs or turn signal switch is bad.
check your fuse in position 38 in the fuse box....this fuse is for the car's alarm system but also seems to work the sunroof, I have a problem with this fuse when its not blown the sunroof opens with no problems but when it blows the roof will not open I am not sure how they are tied in together but they are....so I would say that you have an electrical issue....do not replace the motor until you check this first
It's typically the motors or the special drive tubes that it uses. If you here a clicking noise then the sunroof became to tight and ruined the motor gears. You can actually switch the two motors, one is for the shades and needs less power then the other motor. They are identical, switch them. Nex make sure they are very tight to the 3 mounting bolts, there is a rubber washer bushing that wears out and alloys the motor to flex too much, causing the gear mis-alignment and gear grinding. This works great I do it all the time.
It may be a circuit breaker.My windows and door locks stopped working,even after checking all fuses and replacing Main Driver side door switch! Found three circuit breakers that you can reset with a paper clip or small screwdriver. They were black with an aluminum cover on top. They don't come out easily,just insert the pin on each one.