Question about 1993 Saturn SC2
On my 92, & I think they are the same from 91-96...
Looking up at the motor once the headliner is down, there's a white plastic (yellowed maybe) piece in a circular area. You stick a flat head screwdriver in there, preferably a wide one, & rotate the motor to close the roof.
If that's not quite it, look hard at that underside of the motor that's what you see. It will be there. If a flat head it's right, try other shaped tools like allen wrenches.
The motor is right to the rear of the overhead (map) light unit, maybe a 1/2" back from the lights, but buried behind that headliner. I just cut the liner from the map & I'll use cloth to cover the slices.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
Pull thte headliner down and look at the motor. there is always a way to close or open it manually. Most are done with a small socket such as a 8mm. But always there is a way. Just remember to look before you start pulling the headliner down. It may be nessecary to remove items such as the light and even the visors. Hope it helps
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
I had a similar problem when I bought my used 99 Legacy. The dealer was going to replace the sun roof, but never followed through. Mine would open every now & then. Once when I got it opened, I cleaned the rubber gaskets with silicon lubricant. Since then the roof has always opened for me. That was 3 years ago, and it is still works every time!
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
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