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Hi. I have a volvo S60 and I can´t get the moonroof to close. From reading solutions to this issue I realized it all started right after a failure on the alarm siren module. On the solution the expert suggests "What I would do is to unplug the module and cycle the key". In order to do this I just need to be clear if its the moonroof module or the alarm siren module that needs to be unplugged? Can someone please clarify? Thanks.

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You will have to unplug the siren module and try it. You could try and disconnect the battery for about 20 minutes and then try it again.

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