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Old 08-28-2009, 04:41 PM   #1
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i just found out how to make the sunroof pop up in the back its awsome. i had the car for 6 months now and just found out how
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Well at least you didn't find out ............after..........you sold the car...
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i think he sold his car.... lol
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How? I don't know if mine does it or not?
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When you move the switch forward and backward the sunroof slides open and shut. When the sunroof is closed, rotate the bottom of the switch upward and rearward. The rear of the sunroof will open into vent position. Think of it as rotating the switch around a pivot point, instead of moving it back or forward. Looking at the side of the switch from the driver'* seat, you rotate the switch counter clockwise.

I am probably not describing this very well, but once you do it right you will see what I mean.
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It sure does work! I just tried it. You kind of push straight up like your trying to push the switch forward, it bends like a knee joint and walla! the back of the glass pops up!
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