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 Post subject: Sunroof and sliding blind
PostPosted: Thu Nov 26, 2009 8:22 pm 
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Ok, have read all the post's regarding elec sunroof on gen 3's and also have a similar problem, it goes up...it comes down again.... :cool: but it don't slide.... :roll: and slid the sunshades to the front, now can't open them again..... :aargh are these the type that slide back with the roof when it slides open...? and then can be pushed back manually...? :confused I also get no response from the opening switch on the left...nothing...zilch....nada... :bang any Ideas people...Thanks

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 26, 2009 8:25 pm 
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blind should slide back and forward without roof open.blind is manual
try replacing the fuse first-might also be switch


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Maybe a stupid question and i apologise if it is, but you do know there are 2 switches for the sunroof? One for the Open / Close Vent setting and one for the Slide Open / Close?

However if the sunshade is stuck forward then don't attempt to get the sunroof to slide back until you get the sunshade back first. Mine is also knackered and now stays fully back.


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There should be a cranked handle that you can insert inthe motor hole - remove the plastic plug in the roof lining behind the sliding roof, insert the cranked allen key thingy and wind away. If it works you will know its the motor or electrics thats at fault, if not, then something is jammed.


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Get £600 ready and go see you dealer.... :shock:


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it sounds like what mine did when i put the wiring back on thewrong way round??? if you dont want to spend £600 spend a long saturday taking the roof lining out and checking the runs and galleys and make sure the wiring is securely connected


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Cheers people....will pass the good word on to my wife..... :aargh

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Ok,....got it sorted folks.....checked all the fuses ..nada.. :( so then used the old two button ignition shuffle, and guess what ..it works fine now..... :rollin ;) thanks for all the suggestions and help, just gotta get the alarm and fobs sorted now....then cars a goodun... :bang

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2009 10:46 am 
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Fobs were easy....just needed to be re initialized...... :thumbup just need to change this carbon twist fishing rod aerial now for a leccy one..... :D is there a specific one for the gen 3 or can you fit any auto aerial..... :?:


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Here ya go:
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=5141 - £24.99

eBay item: 200312464834 - £26.99


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2009 5:43 pm 
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mick doyle wrote:


Cheers for that Mick....... :thumbup

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 21, 2009 10:28 pm 
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 12:11 am 
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hi some little punk kids broke my fishing rod aerial off and it was super glued in so i wont be able to unscrew it or anything il have to replace the whole unit, i was thinking i may aswell fit a electric one while im at it, but will the connectors be there for it?? if not would it be possible to wire it up???
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