Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
It is the relay switch but there's a workaround and you don't have to spend 800 bucks plus. You can take down part of the headliner and replace the relay switch or, if you want to avoid spending the money, you can simply disable the sunroof - after all - who uses it? You can a.) pull the headliner driver side to get to the rear relay/motor and reverse polarity (the connector) as long as you have the front top console plug jumpered to open/close the sunroof or b.) get to the rear relay without totally dissaembling your car and replace the relay in about 2 hours and after spending about $180 for the part.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
I have the exact same problem, i hear the clicking. now, on mine at least, it is not off track. The motor works just fine. it is infact the relay switch like the dealer said. it is a little black box located right next to the motor. however, finding this relay box for sale is difficult. dealer charges $189, no way i'm paying that. junk yard might have it. if anyone finds some for sale online, let me know.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
I also have this problem. I was told at the dealer it is the relay switch
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
It sounds like it's off track. I would strongly suggest you take it to a dealership to make sure it get fixed correctly or it will leak.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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