Question about 1994 Honda Civic
I left my headlights on one day and the battery died. When I got a jump I heard the sun/moon roof open on its own. When I tried to close it it wouldn't close but when I hit the button to close it it makes a clicking noise so if any one can help me get it closed I would greatly appreciate it My moon roof is stuck in the open position and I am unable to get it closed. I took it to a repair shop and they told me that the motor was blown, but they refused to work on it due to the headliner needing to be removed in order to complete the repair. I have looked all over my car to see where I can close it manually and I haven't found anything. Is there a specific place I should be looking or did they not put this feature on this year of Honda Civic>
Hit the switch again while you have someone feel the relays under the dash in the fuse panel.... the one that is clicking needs to be replaced... your sunroof should be fine after that.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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