Question about 1999 GMC Jimmy
Looks like you can get a motor assembly at Rockauto for about 180. Not sure if the relay is separate- you should check all relay and fuse boxes for anything related to the sunroof. There is also mention of a relearn procedure that supposedly fixed someone else's issue but I can't find more info on that.
You might try ebay for the circuit board. Also, do some research and see if there are other models that use the same relay (like a Chevy blazer maybe). I doubt that board is only used in your Jimmy. Sharing parts saves them money. So see where else it's usedan and that will broaden your options.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i would hardly call this repair simple or inexpensive. the part itself yes the labor probably not. i have made this repair myself to my 97 jimmy if you have 4 wheel drive the transfer case up front makes this repair next to impossible from the underside of the car plus the fact that it is behind the motor mount means the the mount must be removed. this involves raising or removing the motor. simple? on a car of this age you will probably find (as i did) the motor mounts are damaged might as well replace them too the parts are fairly inexpensive. also look into replacing all the plugs so you dont have to do this again in a few years. oh yea use the proper antifreeze mix in your radiator water is what rusts out the plugs
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
Use the Owner's Manual to manually go into neutral and reset to 2WD HI. But then look under the hood check the fuses or look for wiring that may have come unplugged.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
if there is a plastic cover directly behind the mirror on the inside of the car it should come off by gently prying it with a flat blade or screwdriver around the edge of it as most are held on by plastic clips.
Once it is removed it will expose the nuts or bolts that hold the mirror to the door but dont forget to remove the electric wire plug that leads to the mirror
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
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