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Why won't the sunroof close?

Fuse is not blown

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There must be something stopping the window in the track.
Look for some debris in there.

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PS: Stupid question perhaps, but you're sure the sunroof is not in a "locked" state, some sunroofs have a manual (master-) lock ...

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Check for a blown fuse first if ok, check for power at the switch if ok, it could be the motor. Some models have a manual closing system with a turnkey check your user manual.




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