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How do I manually close my sunroof Chrysler 300?
To close the sunroof on Chrysler 300 You will have two options. The first is to do it manually using the crank that is attached to the system. The other option is to use the button on the main console dash. If this button is not working then You need to check the fuse.
How do you manually close a sunroof?
Slide the locking tabs towards the windshield and pull down on the housing to remove the inside of the roof light assembly. Leave the wiring connected. Insert the S shaped Allen wrench supplied with the vehicle into the left side motor hole. Turn the crank clockwise to close the sunroof.
How do I reset my Chrysler 300 sunroof?
- Press and hold the sunroof close switch until the sunroof stops at the closed position.
- Release sunroof switch.
- Press and hold sunroof close switch once again for at least 10 seconds.
- Release sunroof switch.
How do you fix a sunroof that won’t close?
How to Troubleshoot a Sunroof That Won’t Close
- Remove the glass from the sunroof to access the lift arms.
- Lift up the sunroof cable as it may have slid into the path of the guides and lift arm.
- Ensure that the sunroof motor is running properly.
- Check the sunroof wiring as a short can cause it to stop working.
How do you reset a sunroof?
To reset the moonroof, flip the ignition switch to the “ON” position. Then, press and hold your moonroof’s button towards the full-tilt position. Repeat that step a second time once the moonroof is tilted upwards. After getting the moonroof to tilt upwards a second time, hold the button for an additional four seconds.
How do you fix a stuck sunroof cover?
The only way to fix it is to lower the entire headliner, then re-align the sunroof on track, put the headliner back in and done.
What causes sunroof not to close?
There are several different versions of sunroofs; most open and close automatically with the touch of a button. If your sunroof suddenly becomes stuck open, and it’s rainy or cold outside, you’ve got a major problem. The two main causes of a stuck sunroof are a lack of power and debris stuck in the sunroof’s tracks.
What causes a sunroof to stop working?
Electrical Issues. Inoperable sunroofs are a nightmare. The main reason for them is probably a dead motor, a faulty switch or a broken fuse. It is easy to find and fix the fuse but it’s better to leave the work to experts and not cause more damage while trying to DIY it.
What to do if your sunroof won’t close?
If you hold it int he slide open, slide closed, or tilt up position, it can reset incorrectly. If you do incorrectly reset a window or the sunroof, the easiest solution is to pull the appropriate fuse to erase its memory, then reset it again. Doors closed bonnet/hood and boot/trunk closed and engine running.
How do you reset the sunroof on a Mercedes Benz?
The sunroof is the same way. You have top open it, then close it, then hold the switch in the “tilt down” position until it tilts up. If you hold it int he slide open, slide closed, or tilt up position, it can reset incorrectly.
Why does my sunroof bounce when I raise it?
If you happen to hold the switch in the second click down position for five seconds after it is fully lowered, before you raise it, then it resets “upside-down” and it might actually not understand the fully raised position, causing it to “bounce” open when auto-raised. The sunroof is the same way.