Question about 2010 Nissan Murano LE
Sun roof closed, but sun roof interior cove will not close. Can not operate by power. Any solutions.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 Nissan Murano
There is a small tensioning screw that should be apperant near the bent metal visor swing arm. Sometimes this screw will loosen up with use. I am not sure what type of head is needed to tighten this screw on your model of car. (Phillips tip is most common.)
Tighten it up a little at a time until it is like you like it.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Try checking the fuse first, it could be that simple. Some times there's is a place to manually crank it closed, that's covered up by piece of small trim on your headliner usually before the sunroof opening or after. Good Luck
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
SOURCE: the sun roof is not
Sometimes if you disconnect the battery, the sunroof will lose its automatic operation. In order to reset it, you will need to manually cycle the sunroof all the way open, all the way closed, and all the way vented and closed.
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
I looked through all the wiring diagrams for your car for each of those circuits, I do see one fuse in common for each one but am almost sure it is a main relay for the body control modulr itself. Below is the wiring diagrams for each of the circuits you are talking about. In each one it does show a main fuse that is right at the battery. A 50 amp fuse (see red arrow in each picture). Other than that I am pretty sure you are dealing with the body control module itself. There are ways to re-route the wiring to get power to each circuit but it is detailed but can be done. If you are unable to get the body control module (if it is bad and not the fuse by the battery) and need some instructions on re-routing, feel free to email me at csautomotivecars@att,net. I will do my best to give you instructions and pictures to take care of it. If the fuse is blown be sure to disconnect the battery before you replace it. Also if it is blown you may be looking at another problem as to why it blew in the first place. I know this sounds kind of confusing but your vehicle is controlled by modules/computers that control everything from how the engine runs and all the electrical features. I hope this helps you a liltte at least. Here are those wiring diagrams:
Posted on Sep 07, 2011
There is a wrench tool that comes with the car's jack accessories that was designed to specifically allow users to manually crank the sunroof closed. Check with your Nissan Dealer Parts dept or the dealers auto body shop .
Posted on Nov 12, 2012
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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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