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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My sunroof will not open
if it pops open then its not a fuse,its getting power if it pops open, the common problem with these maximas is that the retract arm that opens sunroof breaks and the only way to repair this is to replace the sunroof track.
Posted on May 15, 2010
SOURCE: how do you remove a
you will have to remove the cross brace and then the battery hold down retainer. the retainer is a 13 mm headed bolt
Remove the front end diagonal brace bolts and brace.
Posted on Aug 15, 2011
SOURCE: 2005 GMC BACK HATCH WON'T
It sounds like the lock actuator has failed or has a poor connection which won't allow the latch to release. What you will need to do is remove the inside rear hatch panel to access the lock actuator. Once you get to the latch use a flat screwdriver to release the latch being careful not to damage the glass.
----------- Click this link below for more troubleshooting:-- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/09/rear-hatch-wont-open-on-2005-gmc-yukon.html -------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Sep 09, 2011
More than likely the connecting rod that goes from the door lock actuator to the locking mechanism itself came unattached. These rods are usually held in place by a small piece of plastic that the rods "pop" in and out. The only other thing i can imagine possible is that the door lock itself is actually seized up. In order to attempt to fix this, you would have to remove the door side panel to see the inner workings of the door, and this is quite difficult on most side sliding doors (i have a 2000 pontiac montana w/dual sliding doors). Hope this can help you solve your problem.
Posted on Oct 24, 2011
Go to Autozone.com and sign up and register your truck for FREE. Then you can scroll down to the Diagrams section which also has Fusebox and Powerbox layouts.
The Relays are usually in the Powerboxes under the hood. Sometimes the horn relay is identical to other important relays like your cooling fan relay.
If the layout shows this is true and the part numbers on the case of the part matches, then you can switch the relays and see if the fan works or the horn works.
The diagrams are also for the chassis and will help you trace the wires by color and will indicate through the wiring pattern of whether the relay is in the Powerbox or next to the fan.
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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