Question about 1990 Toyota Celica
I just got back home and went to close my sunroof, but nothing happened. i got the car (g plate) 6 months ago and living in england havent used the sunroof much but when i did it would stop half way closed and i would have to press the button again to close it all the way. is this normal on the car does anyone know? or was it the motors way of telling me it's dying? i checked all the fuses on the car and they're all fine. any help would be appriciated as i think it may rain soon!
Some cars sunroof regulators come with a couple settings in sunroof
1 the 30 degree back tilt
2 half open stop sun roof
3 full open sunroof
these are common on sunroofs
now lets look at what could be the cause
bad regulator or needed greased gears
track needs to be cleaned which can stick the wheels down
most sunroofed vehicle regulators or gear boxes you will find in the trunk way up by the wheel wells in that little compartment tight to get out
also there should be a manual crank for sunroof placed somewhere in vehicle i know for my bmw it was back in the trunk on the gear box you will have to call dealer or look in manual to find sunroof manual crank and how to close
recommend taken to the closes dealer and have them service your sunroof mechanicals and have it cleaned up
sunroofs like cars needs to be cleaned on a certain milelage interval so that it will work for a long time
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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