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The sunroof on my 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee does not work. The motor was tested and is fine, you can hear a clicking, but it does not engage.

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  • bigvoicedwom Sep 12, 2010

    The sunroof was taken out and everything (that could be seen/reached) was thoroughly vacuumed and cleaned.

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Sounds like the window is off track make sure no debris in the track itself

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  • Daniel Berry Sep 12, 2010

    sounds like your diode went out on the sun roof they are around 20 bucks to replace at advance auto parts and it is in the roof with the motor a pain to replace hope this helps

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