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Mazda 626 my electric sunroof got slower and slower untill both slide and tilt packed up . any ideas folks its a 1992 onwards and other than that it goes like a rocket

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To simply answer the question, yes, having your windows/sunroof open reduces your vehicles overall speed due to drag that's not factored into wind tunnel testing when it's designed.

If your vehicle is detecting a slip condition, your shifting too high or low, causing clutch slip as opposed to a solid engagement. This occurs in any vehicle with a clutch; you need to shift precisely. Margin of error on a shift point is not a few hundred RPM's, it's less than 100.

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