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My sunroof will not open. It will pop up and down but will not slide back. Someone told me there is a fuse for the sunroof, but I cannot find one.

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If it pops open then its not a fuse,its getting power if it pops open, the common problem with these maximas is that the retract arm that opens sunroof breaks and the only way to repair this is to replace the sunroof track.

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Fig. 1: Exploded view of the sunroof assembly (click for zoom)




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