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Pushed tilt opened moonroof now can close the

Pushed tilt opened moonroof now can't
close the moonroof...

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I had that same problem the other night. Started the car the next morning and pushed the switch and it closed, but it will no longer open or tilt.

Posted on Dec 08, 2009

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