Question about Pontiac Cars & Trucks
Sounds like a cable is binding somewhere - you may have to take it somewhere for repair that does that kind of stuff just not anybody though
Posted on Jul 06, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sunroof won't close
clean the runners on the sunroof watching out for trapped debris. try lubricating the runners with a fine lubricant with a clothe, make sure no debris caught in motor also.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
hi sounds like a faulty sunroof relay keeping the motor running it may well have blown the fuse or burned the motor out if you connected it back up and it doesn,t work at all but should be able to turn the sunroof back manually look on the sunroof motor there should be sometthing like a slot for a large screwdriver or a bolt head of sorts just wind it back and then check the relays and fuses if your switch is a electronic one make a make shift one and try [simple switch]on and off as this is delicate circiutery and the slightest short can destroy it best of luck yates210456
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
SOURCE: the sunroof on a scion tc 2005
My best bet is its your Sliding roof drive gear sub-assembly. I would also check your sliding roof control switch and you wiring harness. In fact i would check those those first since they are the fastest to check and then that only leaves your sub assembly. you will need to remove your headliner to test everything. And you will need a volt meter that you can get for a couple bucks at most electrical stores. use your volt meter to make sure your getting the same amount of to power to your switch as your getting just past it when it is closed. then test the wiring closest to your motor with the switch closed and there a very minimal amount of volts lost. If everything checks out i would go with the sub assembly. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
these motors have two carrier pulleys and oone tensioner. lookinjg at the motor from the rightside of car the belt goes as follaws: crank pully to super charger from the left. the right side goes up to the lower carrier which will have the flat of the belt riding on it. from there the belt routes to the upper carrier
[ loop it over so the grooves ride
] and then under the tensioner any questions contact email@example.com
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
I have taken a picture of the fuse panel diagram and can send it to anyone if given an email address. Photo is to large to upload here and I don't know how to shrink it!
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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