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Old 10-14-2005, 03:12 PM   #1
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Hi all, I was wondering if the moonroof has a "vent" position where the back sticks up a bit. All my other rides that had moonroofs have had this, and mine doesn't seem to. Was wondering if it was just my car or if they're all like that. Incidentally, I saw a GXP on the parking lot at work that had the moonroof in the "vent" position.
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Hit the forward button when the sunroof is in it'* closed position. All of the Bonneville roofs vent.
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Your moonroof button should look like an "L", push up on the bottom park of it. the switch should rock back a lil bit and.....presto, your in the vent position....caution, vent position is not an alternative for a spolier.
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Yes just press the lower part of the "L" upward.

I wish our car has automatic moonroof close function. I forgot the close the roof several times and it rained
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Thanks everyone....I wouldn't have figured that out on my own. All my other cars had it so that you once the roof was closed, you push the button forward again (like you're going to close it more) and it would go into vent position. This is a little counter-intuitive for me, but it works! Thanks!
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Don't feel too bad.
We all taught someone else this feature at last year'* WestCoast Meet.
He (and his Mom) had driven their 2000...burgandy...SSEi for two years without knowing about this option.
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ahah Some people eh Paul?
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