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Old 04-21-2003, 09:35 AM   #1
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It doesn't work like it used to. When I hit the button on the up side it opens fine, to closed it I have to hold the bottom side button, to have it closed completetly then i have to press it in little bits so it closeds evenly with the roof. If I hold for to long the up side button, to open, it will open but when it gets to the end a sound of crackink happens, and it'* loud I havet to hit the down side button to stop the sound.

In another words is there a way to reset the sunroof, mechanical system? I guess the alignment it'* off, It opens and closes but not like it used to, one touch button, to open and one touch to closed.

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Yes, it is not synchronized properly. I'll look at the procedure to see how simple it is.
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Yes the word is synchronized...

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Probably a good idea to have the dealer do it. Both the track and motor may need to be synchronized, and it is pretty complicated. This means you have to drop the headliner to do it.
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Really that'* the only way to do it??? that sucks cuz i hate dealers. they don't deserve money at all...
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If you want to do it, you need detailed instructions in front of you, located in the factory service manual. Do you have access to the manual?
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No, don't, I need the right book to work on my car 99ssei and i am desperate because i want to have the name/ part# of the right cd or book for the most information of this car so i don't get stuck or do the job wrong...

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