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The roof on my 2003 307 model will not open via the switch how can I get the roof down

Once opened I had to put the roof up manually now I can not open it have can this be done

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Faulty motor??????

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There's a hidden side pannel that you pry open. It's located on the drivers side of the side-dash. Basically open the drivers side door and try to pry open the side of the dash console. It's right inside there with all the fuses and things.

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Saab roof starts to open

The 94-98 Saab 900 cars have numerous top issues that are known. The primary issue is the design of the convertible top Tonneau motor that is located in the right rear quarter panel behind the light. The problem with the original motors was that there was not enough strength in the housing that held the motor to support the top movement because the teeth on the gear drive would get chewed up when the motor moved out of position. The failure of the Tonneau motor causes the top to chatter about half way up or down because the teeth of the motor gears would get chipped off. Replacement of the gears or replacement of the motor is the only repair and the convertible top Control module must be programmed after the repair by someone with a Saab Tech 2 computer tool which is used to program the top potentiometer settings. If you catch this problem early enough it can be repaired by using the bracket reinforcement kit.
Check latches is also a common failure which displays on the Saab Information Display (SID) Generally, this failure is due to problems with the micro-switch located in the latches that secure the convertible top when up.
Another issue with the convertible tops has been the control module that controls the top electronically. The major problem with this is device is that it looses the ability to communicate with the Saab tech 2 tools. This problem appears to have been solved in the newest versions of the ECM.
This TSB covers the known issues with NG 900 vert tops. There are numerous others for the 9-3 tops.

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SOURCE: 2005 mini convertible roof wont open motors work but nothing open

check the parcel shelf has been refitted correctly as there is a micro switch on the left hand side that stops the second stage of the roof from opening

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SOURCE: vw golf sunroof, elecrically opened,but no close!!!!!!!!

Check your fuse on top of the Battery.

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SOURCE: 1996 BMW E36 Convertible to stopped working.

we found a flat lever under back seat well we pulled it forward an we heard a click an then when we tried to raise the top it would not go up we actualy had to manually raise it did that lever disengage the electric raise on my top

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What will cause a sunroof not to close properly on a 2007 Milan


A lot of thing's , has sensors , switches , a control module , relay's etc....
The roof opening panel is an electronically operated panel that can be opened or closed by pressing a switch located on the overhead console. It also has one-touch open, one-touch close, one-touch vent open and one-touch vent close features.

Roof Opening Panel The roof opening panel assembly uses an integrated motor and module to operate the roof opening panel. The roof opening panel motor and module are installed new as an assembly. The roof opening panel is an electronically operated glass panel that can be opened, closed or tilted by the roof opening panel switch. Actuating the switch in either a forward or rearward motion supplies a ground to the roof opening panel motor/module. The roof opening panel has one-touch open and one-touch close features that are activated when the switch is momentarily pressed to the double detent OPEN or CLOSE position. These functions are controlled by the roof opening panel motor/module.
The roof opening panel motor must be initialized whenever the roof opening panel motor has been removed from the roof opening panel system, the roof opening panel assembly has been removed from the vehicle, a new roof opening panel motor has been installed or a new roof opening panel assembly has been installed.

Plus the mechnical parts of it .

Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
  • Roof opening panel
  • Roof opening panel frame
  • Roof opening panel drain hoses
  • Roof opening panel lifter assemblies
  • Roof opening panel trough
  • Roof opening panel air deflector assembly
  • Roof opening panel seal
  • Roof opening panel shield
  • Battery junction box (BJB) fuse 33 (20A)
  • Smart junction box (SJB) fuse 12 (7.5A)
  • Circuitry
  • Accessory delay relay
  • Roof opening panel motor and module assembly
  • Roof opening panel switch

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Sun roof won't close 2004 Ford Explorer


The roof opening panel is an electronically operated panel that can be opened or closed by the roof opening panel switch. Actuating the switch in either a forward or rearward motion supplies a ground to the roof opening panel motor. The vent and soft-stop functions are controlled by the roof opening panel motor. These positions are obtained when an internal motor cam opens the roof position switch, removing the ground from the switch. The roof opening panel has an express open feature activated when the switch is pressed momentarily. The roof opening panel is closed by continuous activation of the switch until the sunroof stops movement. This function is controlled by the roof opening panel motor.

Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
  • Roof opening panel
  • Opening shield
  • Roof panel frame
  • Opening shield guide feet
  • Central junction box (CJB) fuses:
    • 2 (20A)
    • 29 (5A)
  • Battery junction box (BJB) fuse 1 (60A)
  • Accessory delay relay
  • Roof opening panel control switch
  • Circuitry
  • Roof opening panel motor

  • The roof opening panel does not open or close
  • Central junction box (CJB) fuse:
    • 2 (20A).
    • 29 (5A).
  • Battery junction box (BJB) fuse 1 (60A).
  • Circuitry.
  • Roof opening panel control switch.
  • Roof opening panel motor.
  • Go To Pinpoint Test E .

Do the power windows and power locks work ?

E6 CHECK VOLTAGE TO THE ROOF OPENING PANEL MOTOR - CIRCUITS 400 (LB/BK) AND 1173 (BN/OG)
  • Key in OFF position.
  • Disconnect: Roof Opening Panel Motor C920.
  • Key in ON position.
  • NOTE: Activate accessory delay relay for this check.
  • Measure the voltage between roof opening panel motor C920-4, circuit 400 (LB/BK), and ground; and between roof opening panel motor C920-7, circuit 1173 (BN/OG), and ground.
  • Are the voltages greater than 10 volts?
Yes
GO to E7 .

No
REPAIR circuit 400 (LB/BK) or circuit 1173 (BN/OG). TEST the system for normal operation. If you can't do electrical testing , there is a manual way to close it .
Roof Opening Panel Manual Operation
  1. Remove the overhead console. For additional information, refer to Overhead Console in this section.
  1. Insert a hex-head screwdriver in the center of the manual drive slot to depress the release pin. Rotate the screwdriver clockwise until the roof opening panel is closed.

Jan 13, 2017 | 2004 Ford Explorer

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Sunroof will not close. Was working fine earlier today


The roof opening panel assembly uses an integrated motor and module to operate the roof opening panel. The roof opening panel motor and module are installed new as an assembly. The roof opening panel is an electronically operated glass panel that can be opened or closed by the roof opening panel switch. Actuating the switch in either a forward or rearward motion supplies a ground to the roof opening panel motor/module. The soft-stop function is controlled by the roof opening panel motor/module. The roof opening panel has 3 modes of operation, manual mode, express open and tilt. The express open feature is activated when the switch is pressed momentarily. The tilt feature is activated when the tilt switch is depressed. These functions are controlled by the roof opening panel motor/module.
Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
  • Roof opening panel
  • Roof opening panel frame
  • Roof opening panel drain hoses
  • Roof opening panel lifter assemblies
  • Roof opening panel water trough
  • Roof opening panel rear trough guides
  • Roof opening panel air deflector assembly
  • Roof opening panel seal
  • Roof opening panel shield
  • Smart junction box (SJB) circuit breaker 47 (30A)
  • Circuitry
  • Accessory delay relay
  • Roof opening panel switch
  • The roof opening panel does not open or close - one direction only
  • Circuitry
  • Roof opening panel switch
  • Roof opening panel motor assembly
  • Go To Pinpoint Test E .
PINPOINT TEST E: THE ROOF OPENING PANEL DOES NOT OPEN OR CLOSE Test Step Result / Action to Take E1 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL LIFTER ASSEMBLIES FOR OBSTRUCTIONS OR DAMAGE
  • Check the roof opening panel lifter assemblies for obstructions and damage.
  • Are the roof opening panel lifter assemblies OK?
Yes
GO to E2 .

No
REMOVE all obstructions and REPAIR any damage. If lifter assemblies cannot be repaired, INSTALL a new roof opening panel frame. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Frame in this section. TEST the system for normal operation. E2 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL WATER TROUGH AND REAR TROUGH GUIDES
  • Check the water roof opening panel water trough and rear trough guides for any loose obstructions.
  • Are the roof opening panel water trough and rear trough guides installed securely and free from obstructions?
Yes
GO to E3 .

No
REMOVE all obstructions from the roof opening panel water trough and install securely. SECURE the rear trough guides or INSTALL new roof opening panel rear trough guides if damaged. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Rear Trough Guide in this section. TEST the system for normal operation. E3 VERIFY THE ROOF OPENING PANEL ADJUSTMENT
  • Verify the roof opening panel is adjusted correctly.
  • Is the roof opening panel adjusted correctly?
Yes
GO to E4 .

No
ADJUST the roof opening panel. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Alignment - Horizontal Adjustment and Roof Opening Panel Alignment - Height Adjustment in this section. TEST the system for normal operation. E4 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL MOTOR/MODULE FOR INITIALIZATION
    NOTE: The roof opening panel motor initialization procedure must be done when repairs are carried out on any part of the roof opening panel assembly, including whenever the roof opening panel motor/module has been removed from the roof opening panel assembly, a new roof opening panel motor/module has been installed or when a new roof opening panel assembly has been installed. Refer to Roof Opening Panel Motor Initialization in this section.
  • Carry out the Roof Opening Panel Motor Initialization procedure. Refer to Roof Opening Panel Motor Initialization in this section.
  • If the concern still present?
Yes
GO to E5 .

No
The system is operating correctly. The roof opening panel motor/module was uninitialized. E5 CHECK THE POWER WINDOWS
  • Key in ON position.
  • Verify the power windows operate.
  • Do the power windows operate?
Yes
GO to E6 .

No
REFER to Section 501-11 to diagnose the accessory delay relay circuit. E6 CHECK THE ROOF OPENING PANEL SWITCH
  • Carry out the roof opening panel switch component test. Refer to Wiring Diagrams Cell 149 for schematic and connector information.
  • Did the roof opening panel switch pass the component test?
Yes
GO to E7 .

No
INSTALL a new roof opening panel switch. TEST the system for normal operation. E7 CHECK CIRCUIT CBP47 (GN/BU) FOR VOLTAGE
  • Key in OFF position.
  • Disconnect: Roof Opening Panel Motor/Module C922.
  • Key in ON position.
  • Measure the voltage between roof opening panel motor/module C922-4, circuit CBP47 (GN/BU), harness side and ground.
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  • Is the voltage greater than 9 volts but less than 16 volts?
Yes
GO to E8 .

No
VERIFY the smart junction box (SJB) circuit breaker 47 (30A) is OK. If OK, REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation. E8 CHECK CIRCUIT GD143 (BK/VT) FOR AN OPEN
  • Key in OFF position.
  • Measure the resistance between roof opening panel motor/module C922-3, circuit GD143 (BK/VT), harness side and ground.
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  • Is the resistance less than 5 ohms?
Yes
GO to E9 .

No
REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation. E9 CHECK CIRCUITS CPR37 (YE/GY), CPR39 (VT/WH) AND CPR40 (YE/OG) FOR AN OPEN
  • Disconnect: Roof Opening Panel Switch C930.
  • Measure the resistance between the roof opening panel motor/module C922-1, circuit CPR40 (YE/OG), harness side and roof opening panel switch C930-8, circuit CPR40 (YE/OG), harness side. Measure the resistance between roof opening panel motor/module C922-2, circuit CPR39 (VT/WH), harness side and roof opening panel switch C930-11, circuit CPR39 (VT/WH), harness side. Measure the resistance between roof opening panel motor/module C922-5, circuit CPR37 (YE/GY), harness side and roof opening panel switch C930-14, circuit CPR37 (YE/GY), harness side.
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  • Are the resistances less than 5 ohms?
Yes
GO to E10 .

No
REPAIR the circuit. TEST the system for normal operation. E10 CHECK FOR CORRECT ROOF OPENING PANEL MOTOR/MODULE OPERATION
  • Disconnect the roof opening panel motor/module connectors.
  • Check for:
    • corrosion.
    • pushed-out pins.
  • Connect all roof opening panel motor/module connectors and make sure they seat correctly.
  • Operate the system and verify that the concern is still present.
  • Is the concern still present?
Yes
CHECK the jumper harness between the vehicle harness and the roof opening panel for open or shorted circuits. If the jumper harness is not OK, INSTALL a new jumper harness between the vehicle harness to the roof opening panel motor/module. Otherwise, INSTALL a new roof opening panel module/motor. REFER to Roof Opening Panel Motor in this section. TEST the system for normal operation.

No
The system is operating correctly at this time. Concern may have been caused by a loose or corroded connector. TEST the system for normal operation.

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My sunroof is stuck open its acting like it wants to close but goes back


If you have a 740 with an electric sunroof, when the roof is in the fully closed position you should be able to push the closed switch again and have the rear of the roof pop up to the 'vent' position. If you have a manual roof, after it reaches the closed position you feel a bit of resistance; you then continue moving the crank in the closed direction and the rear of the roof should pop up to the 'vent' position.
If your roof does not move at all, you must NOT pry up the rear edge manually as there are cast tracks at the rear of the panel that hold it in place and you will break, bend, or damage the tracks, roof or the panel.
Most likely it is out of alignment and too tight for the minimal leverage applied by the motor to move it, as well as being thoroughly gunked up. The secret to lack of motion is most likely binding in the up and down motion of the panel. If manual, try moving the crank back and forth, bearing in mind that the first motion the roof makes is that up and down motion at the rear of the panel. If there is resistance to the crank motion immediately, there is 'likely' to not be any damage in the screw mechanism, just binding of the panel in the roof.
If nothing moves as you move the crank towards 'vent', push up gently through that small rectangular opening inside the headliner on the rear of the panel to help it along, by just pushing it free of the roof. The tracks at the rear of the panel move the panel up and down, either to pull it down before retracting or to pop the rear of the panel up for the 'vent' position, and if they are damaged or too gunked up, they will resist opening. The device that is connected to the motor/crank via screw cables slides back and forth in these tracks, raising and lowering the panel, which will not be possible unless you can move the crank/motor. Try to get it high enough to be able to peer inside the roof from the outside to unhook the headliner clips - once you get those, all is revealed and you will be able to see why your roof is not functioning properly.



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This has happened to my wife's 2004 A4 Convertible 2x's. I had to read the owner's manual several times to get the job done correctly (pages in the high 70's to low 80's) ...the following is offered from memory: The handle/tool needed to accomplish the task 'manually' is located in the fuse box on the LEFT SIDE of the dashboard. A small flat blade screwdriver will enable you to pry open the fuse cover & gain access to the handle/tool. Slight twist the tool and it comes out easily. Tool is a "T" shaped handle. Once you have the handle/tool IN HAND, simply turn the RED part (only) on the handle until it 'locks' in an open position. Leaves a small space on the handle. Can't recall if you go clockwise or counterclockwise, but it will be evident. Now...move both front seats forward and tilt them to gain access to rear seat. Remove the ski boot cover in middle of the rear seat and put aside. Then, 'click' the interior boot cover panel down to gain access to a 'hole' (about size of a 50 cent piece) in the top of the boot space. This hole allows you to insert (upward) the above mentioned tool into a lock/unlock mechanism in the rear deck just forward of the trunk. The tool needs to be jiggled to go 'all the way' in...you will sense that. Once in, TURN the RED part of the handle to "LOCK" the handle into the mechanism. The tool will hang down by itself. My approach is to 'store' the roof in the open convertible position first. The front portion of the roof should be partially forward as that appears to 'release' a lever within the roof's up/down mechanism to allow you to raise the rear window portion. Thus, lift (with that friend) the rear window portion up and forward (takes some effort). The roof now has a kind of 'clamshell' appearance front & rear. The front may even flop forward but tht's OK. This step exposes the rear deck. Twist the tool to unlock the rear deck. It should click & release and a small space appears enabling you to use hands (that friend again) under it (the deck). Lift the deck up & back until the hydraulics kick in and keep the deck vertically open. Now you are ready to tackle the roof & rear window for storage under the rear deck cover. Get a friend, if possible to help with the lifting...remember, this is a "Manual" job! Once here, gently push back & lower the rear window portion of the roof into the open storage area simultaneously followed by the remainder of the roof itself. Watch fingers for possible pinching in the levers, etc., during this part of operation Hopefully you now have the roof & rear window stored in the area in front of trunk and be able to lower the rear deck to almost closed position. If so, go back to the tool and twist it to 'lock' the deck in place with roof stored. Remove tool from the ski storage area by reversing procedure above. Now comes the "Moment of Truth"! With the ignition turned on and car running, use the roof switch to bring the stored roof up and all the way to the closed position. Don't forget you must keep your finger on that switch until the operation completely finishes. Then, reverse the process to open & store the roof for a good blow dry (drive)!

May 27, 2010 | 2005 Audi A4

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The moonroof on my 2002 lincoln towncar is stuck open. I can hear the motor when I push the open button, but the motor sounds dead when I try to push the button to close. Could it be jammed? Is there a...


Temporary Fix: unsnap off the access door in the overhead ceiling liner behind the sunroof opening;
Use a 4mm hexagon Allen wrench to wind it closed.

Sep 12, 2009 | 1999 Lincoln Town Car

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Audi A4 Cabriolet roof stopping half way open


refer to the owners manual, for instructions to put down roof by hand, they are not easy to follow, however, the manual key they refer to is in the fuse panel, the 1st lock to undo is in the middle section of the back seat, next the lock for the front section push down roof and lock in place. the warning light at this point will still be flashing, and the display saying roof unsecure. the bit everyone seems to forget is to go back to the middle back seat lock and relock, once that is done, display clears, and both roof and boot should work. i have no idea why this fault occured just hoping its doesn't too often. suggest also you always have engine on when operating roof. hope you find this usefull.

Jul 29, 2009 | 2003 Audi A4 Cabriolet

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Sunroof doesn"t open or close


Section 01-17: Roof Panel, Sliding—Electric 1996 Taurus, Sable Workshop Manual DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Electric Operation The sliding roof panel (502B98):
  • is available as an option.
  • is electrically operated through the accessory delay relay (controlled by generic electronic module (GEM)).
  • is of self-storing design.
  • requires a specific headliner.
  • utilizes a unique roof console and dome lamp.
  • has an air deflector.
The electrical system operates in the following manner:
  • Two switches control movement of the roof panel.
  • When the SLIDE roof sliding panel switch (15B691) is rocked rearward, the roof sliding outer glass panel (502A82) slides into the storage space between the roof trim panel (51968) and the roof panel, exposing an opening over the front seats.
  • When the SLIDE roof sliding panel switch is rocked forward with the roof sliding outer glass panel fully back in the storage space, the roof sliding outer glass panel moves forward from the storage position.
  • The rear portion of the roof sliding outer glass panel moves upward on two lifter arms near the end of the forward travel, allowing a weather-tight seal when the roof sliding outer glass panel is closed.
  • An AUTO feature allows the SLIDE roof sliding panel switch to be touched momentarily to cause the roof panel to automatically move to the fully open position.
  • When the TILT roof sliding panel switch is rocked forward with the roof sliding outer glass panel fully forward, the rear of the roof sliding outer glass panel pops up to the VENT position.
  • With the roof sliding outer glass panel in the VENT position, rocking the TILT roof sliding panel switch rearward closes the roof sliding outer glass panel.
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  • Sliding Roof Panel Does Not Open or Close
  • Open power feed fuse.
  • Circuitry open/shorted.
  • Damaged roof sliding panel switch.
  • Damaged sliding roof panel motor.



VISUAL INSPECTION CHART Mechanical Electrical
  • Damaged roof panel
  • Obstructed roof panel
  • Guide
  • Damaged drive cable(s)
  • Open Power Distribution Box Fuses 1 (40A) or 4 (30A)
  • Circuitry open/shorted
  • Damaged roof sliding panel switch
  • Damaged sliding roof panel motor

Apr 19, 2009 | 1996 Ford Taurus

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Sun roof will nt close cant find the rite fuse


check fuse F1.401, 30 amp in central junction box (in truck). Check your owner manual for fuse information.
Headliner must be removed to access motor.



Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
  • Roof opening panel
  • Roof opening panel frame
  • Roof opening panel drain hoses
  • Roof opening panel lifter assemblies
  • Roof opening panel water trough
  • Roof opening panel air deflector assembly
  • Roof opening panel seal
  • Roof opening panel shield
  • Battery junction box (BJB) fuse
  • Circuitry
  • Accessory delay relay
  • Roof opening panel switch


  • The roof opening panel does not open or close
  • Roof opening panel adjustment.
  • Battery junction box (BJB) fuse.
  • Circuitry.
  • Roof opening panel switch.
  • Roof opening panel motor assembly.
  • Roof opening panel lifter assemblies.


  • The roof opening panel does not open or close — one direction only
  • Circuitry.
  • Roof opening panel switch.
  • Roof opening panel motor assembly.



Apr 10, 2009 | 2003 Lincoln Navigator

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Convertible top will not retrack


Hi Stan

First of all the roof is not even soppose to operate while the trunk is open - So there is the first problem Ive been involved with BMW's for a long time and this is the first Ive heard of a roof opening while the trunk is open. There is a built in feature that tells the car not to open the roof if the trunk is open and the other way roung while the roog lid is open the trunk cant open.

The reason the roof is not working anymore as soon as there is stress on the roof the electric motors(One operates the roof and the other operates the roof lid)  disengages, You said that the roof still worked but the lid did not so probably only the one motor disengaged. So what you have to do is open the trunk on the left hand side right behind the tail light pull away the material and simply just push the electric motor into place. that should fix your problem.

It may happen that the two motors have become out of sync, Disengage both electric motors manualy put the roof away engage the motors and that should put the roof and lid back into sync.

Beamerguy. 

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