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Re: 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Make sure there isn't a secondary fuse box like under the hood or under the dash to start. Many vehicles now have two fuseboxes with redundant fuses for the same system. If thats not it you need to get a cheap voltage meter and start diagnosing from the farthest point out til you find the place where you voltage isn't getting through. Good Luck
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Sounds like the sun roof motor has given up, remove it and apply 12 volts to the motor connector it should run. If not you can most likely just replace the motor. Your best bet is to try and find a used one as parts for this car are very expensive.
i had the same problem...u need to push the plastic piece into the orignal position then use the button...its because the button has shifted..push the plastic button hard against the roof and then it shud click into place..then try closing the sunroof
I know on the GTS the fuse panel is to the left of the steering wheel (drivers door opened). If you have the same model then the radio stations are also not visible. Look for the fuse with the picture of the lit cigarette on the diagram since they are on the same circuit. Should be a blue 15 fuse.