Question about Acura Integra
If I am not mistaken, (and it happens more that I'd like to admit) on the Integra's, the sunroofs are cable driven - thus, I think you may have heard a cable snap (or rather "de-tension", and come out of place) - in which case you will need to replace the sunroof "regulator" - I would recommend that you find one at a junkyard to save a bunch of cash - and you can practice removing the junkers sunroof unit first - You probably won't be able to close yours until you either remove the regulator or cut the wiring (located out of reach) - either way it is a fairly easy job, but it does take a bit of time and effort - If you can manage a socket set you can do it - Hope that helps some....DD
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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