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check 12vd to motor,
no 12, work back to switch
yes, 12, motor make noise
no, motor dead.
motor make noise yes, the roof guides are jammed.
or motor is weak. remove motor and move roof by hand.
is it jammed?
try a spray lubricant into the motor mechanism and grease any visable wire cables that run from/to motor ,not the electrical cables the bare wire winder cables,also grease/ lubricate any accessable pivot/hinge points , gently pull the cord and gently push the roof back and forth occasionally trying motor with a bit of patience this should get the roof moving , also look for anything that may be snagging the roof/mechanism as there is a pressure protection system to stop the roof being fully closed on say someones hand so preventing injury
a jeep KIA? really?
if you post to KIA and not Jeep, answers are 10 faster and 100 times
more accurate. if at all.
all sun roofs.
1: check fuses
2: check voltage at roof motor. (active.) ( if no 12vdc hot wire the motor , does it close now? if no 12vdc the switch(relay) is bad.
3: remove trim and check the mechanism for jamming.
4: remove motor and try to move the drive , by hand, if you can it will close, if you can't, its jammed. if jammed find cause of jam.
for 100x better advice? read the FSM. (kia FSM on your car)
or login to ALLDATA.com com and read the sunroof chapter.
I am not sure what you are trying to do. But if the problem is that the roof will only open to the first stage, sun roof, and no further, the problem is the package shelf in the trunk.
If the package lid gets pushed up and is not pushed back to it's normal position, the roof will fail to open completely. If you lift the bottom of the roof at the boot, there are levers on either side to release the bottom edge of the roof, you can make certain that the package shelf is seated correctly. Once the shelf is seated, the roof will open in all of it's glory.
The system is designed so that with the trunk open it will not open the roof. If the trunk is fully closed and the trunk light is still on, then find the switch in the boot which operates the light. If you disconnect any wires you could disable the boot completely. Including security.
Hi ,Unless you are familiar with this system LEAVE it alone,you should be able to manually close the roof to get you home the key is located behind the fuse box cover on the Offside of the car at the end of the dash by the fuse box.your manual will tell you the procedure to close and secure the roof.if your in England(UK) you can email me your Tel. no and I will try and help.
Try buying one of the manuals I have listed from ebay , the guy is a real gent and the manual is a fantastic help. Motros from Saab are not cheap but if the tonneau motor needs replacing, try here http://www.neobrothers.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=724 for a reconditioned one
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