This is the solution: window attempts to shut but kicks back to half open as though there is something preventing it from shutting all the way. Inspect tracks for/remove debris and lubricate with some silicone spray. Don't overdo it as you don't want tomess up your headliner. I was able to give it some assistance with a firm push by hand to get it to shut till I could work on it.
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Some sunroofs have a open switch like the drivers window. You push it and the window will open automaticly. The button on your sunroof could be jammed so even though you can close it as soon as you release it, it will auto open on it's own.
to reset any window open it half way down then let it fully close and hold the button up for about 10 seconds. do this mithod to all auto windows encloding the sunroof . afterall try them from the driver side
check the fuse. then check the switch with an ohm meter see if it has resistance when you press the switch up or down. check for power to the switch and motor with a test light, possible tap on the sunroof motor to unfreeze it.
if the lighter works its probably not a fuse. to find your fuse box look on the driver side kick panel by your left foot or in the dash. if the lighter is working youll have to replace the light do this by pulling the ash tray out of the cradle there should be a wire that plugs into the back of the tray twist it out usually counter clockwise and this will expose the light. pull the light out repace with a fresh bulb and your in business.
Some customers may comment that the sunroof will no longer respond to the control switch while in a vented, partially opened, or fully opened position.
A software issue with the sunroof control module may cause the sunroof control module to incorrectly indicate a "closed" position, which may result in no power to the sunroof motor.
Verify the customer concern. If a condition is present, replace the sunroof control module with a new sunroof control module, P/N 15847643. Refer to the Service Procedure in this bulletin.
Verify the customer concern by opening and closing the sunroof.
If the sunroof will not open , check the power windows.
If the power windows are also inoperative, check the fuse. If the fuse has opened, refer to Corporate Bulletin Number 05-08-64-004 to install 30A circuit breaker.
If the power windows are fully functional, refer to "Power Sunroof Inoperative" diagnostics (SI Document ID# 1392967) in the Body section of the 2005 Chevrolet Equinox or Saturn VUE Service Manual.
If the sunroof will open (or is already open), but will not close , proceed to Step 2.
Replace the sunroof control module. Refer to "Sunroof Control Module Replacement" procedure in the Body section of the 2005 Chevrolet Equinox Service Manual (SI Document ID# 1196049) or Saturn VUE Service Manual (SI Document ID# 1710479).
Open and close the sunroof in order to confirm that the customer concern has been resolved.