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I cannot close the sunroof of my 1998 Chrysler Cirrus and I've changed the fuse already. Please help with any suggestions.

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Maybe the motor is burn up check it with a voltmeter make sure getting power and listen see if it is making a noise like trying but not enough power also check the motors ground wire make sure clean good contacts

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