I recently opened my sunroof and it wont close. when i push the switch it does send a signal because the roof moves about a half inch then goes back. could it be the motor or is there a module that could need replaced or could it be as simple as a rock or something else lodged in the track. please help!
My sunroof did not close all the way, but would work back and forth. I postitioned the sunroof half way, disconnected the battery for 1 min then tried it again. The system that keeps track of where the sunroof was positioned got reset and it now works great.
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unplug all wires and try these basic ones.red(power/ignition), yellow(power/battery voltage), and black(negative/ground). connect all those, and try to power it up and insert a cd. if it still gives you the same problem, then the radio is bad.
when the radio face is open like it is in the picture above... take a look /feel directly underneath (back side of the lower controls)the large center knob. you are going to feel a push button about an inch wide. push while pulling down and toward you to remove. the until will then close on it own. reattach by clipping directly on once unit has closed
have the exact same problem. I called the Kenwood tech line and the tech reported that the ribbon cable is probably broke. It is the flex cable between the head unit and the rotating face plate. He said it's not an expensive fix but we would need to mail it to a service center if you're like me and not near one. I just replaced mine with a new unit. It was about time anyways.
You can get to the aerial mount by removing the over head console. you
need to unclip the front section (nearest the windscreen) then two
screws and the console will drop down reveling the aerial mount.
First you can download a manual for your model from Rosen's site. It explains all the on screen programing you can do. You'll need a fundtioning remote to do this I think. You can get one from a local Rosen dealer for about $35 (see deaker finder on Rosen's site. Yes your sound does come through the radio on 88.7 or 88.9FM througha modulator installed inside your dash. Otherwise you use infrared wireless earphones (Wal-Mart sells them). The "Speaker" button on the passenger side of the LCD screeen turns the car speakers on or offf.