Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Montero Sport
Trying to take out the shades that slide under the sun roof
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The sunroof assembly has to be removed from the car before the shade can be removed.
Start with the sunroof glass, put the glass in tilt mode and remove the plastic covers hiding the bolts. Mark the bolts with white out so they go back where they were, remove the 6 T25 torx bolts. Push the glass out from the top and remove the glass. This should allow you to remove the shade.
Posted on May 02, 2009
SOURCE: broken sun roof window shade
i had this same problem i think u have to take it in to get replaced. i try to get to the stupid thing but it was a ***** to take everything apart. around the framin of the moonroof. and u still need to get the retactable thingy. have it replaced. unless u have more patience.. but beware once u start to take ur car apart.. the top roof cover might become loose if u dont put it back the way u had it..
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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Inspect the sun roof of your Pontiac Bonneville to make sure it's seated evenly on your vehicle, not raising or lifting at one corner. Lifting indicates the presence of debris on the tracks, or a damaged seal around the sun roof.
Remove the trim on the interior of your Pontiac Bonneville and allow the interior material to drop. Use compressed air to blow dust and debris from the tracks that move your sun roof. Treat the tracks using 3-In-One Lubricant.
Check the Pontiac Bonneville's drain tubes for clogging. Two of these run down the front of your vehicle to the bumpers. Two run to the back, most often by your tail lights. Clear the tubes using compressed air and replace them.
Clean the sun roof's rubber seal with a damp, lint-free cloth. Inspect the seal as you clean
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