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If the tracks for the sunroof aren't cleaned and lubed regularly they can bind and sometimes, they'll come off track. It could also be that the regulator broke. Did you try to open it with the manual hand tool? If it opens smoothly with that then it is probably the motor. If it binds or is very noisy when using the hand crank it may be the cable (regulator). If you can get it open with the hand crank, spray the tracks and any linkage you can see with some WD-40 or silicone spray, then try the switch again.
you should have a round handle (looks like a big flat pancake, but with teeth on it to grip it). It fits into a slot located in the headliner directly behind the sunroof, rear of the interior light. Use that to close the sunroof.
If I am not mistaken, (and it happens more that I'd like to admit) on the Integra's, the sunroofs are cable driven - thus, I think you may have heard a cable snap (or rather "de-tension", and come out of place) - in which case you will need to replace the sunroof "regulator" - I would recommend that you find one at a junkyard to save a bunch of cash - and you can practice removing the junkers sunroof unit first - You probably won't be able to close yours until you either remove the regulator or cut the wiring (located out of reach) - either way it is a fairly easy job, but it does take a bit of time and effort - If you can manage a socket set you can do it - Hope that helps some....DD
My '91 does the same thing. There is a thin metal wind deflector (about one inch wide with holes in it across the front edge of the sunroof opening. It should flip down to allow the glass to close all the way but sometimes it doesn't flip down all the way. Use something flat and thin like a credit card to hold it down while you close the roof. Works for me.
no you should not have to take the head liner out.. when the sunroof is open you should see 3 or 4 screws one both sides.. all you have to do is remove the screws but its better to have a second person so they can hold the glass while your removing the screws so you don't drop the glass..then just put on some cloth gloves(prefered) to hold up and install the new glass. do removal in reverse to install.
AH! I had this problem.
The drain spouts are in the rear of the car. When you open the hatchback, there's the panels, where the helper light is, you have to take this off to access the drain thing. It comes undone a lot in these cars.
If you need help, pictures, etc, just let me know.