Re: Sunroof question
That sounds like an aftermarket sunroof. The one in my wife's 98 Lincoln continental has the same four button set up and it is definitely an aftermarket dealer installed unit.
There should be a sticker somewhere with the manufactures information printed on it. The one for the Lincoln is on the underside of the hood.
I have found that these sunroofs are supposed to be serviced and adjusted every so often.
My nearest sunroof service place is in Sacramento about 90 miles away. They say they can do the service in about 45 minutes and costs about $80 dollars, but I just cannot seem to get a chance to take it up there.
Meanwhile the sunroof leaks every time it goes though the carwash.
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC][/SIGPIC] Former owner of a 2004 Grand Cherokee Overland, was mostly stock, was used as a work vehicle, had K.O.R. Hard Steering Stabilizer, Monroe Reflex Shocks.
Traded in for a new 2012 4Runner Trail Edition at 218k miles.