A few weeks ago when driving home, my sunroof lifted open not all the way, but like I turned the dial to the right. Any advise before my car gets totally disassembled? Anyone else experience something similar? Then press and hold the close button and see if it will go full closed. I had this problem one really hot day, my sunroof just sort of wigged out for an hour or two while driving. It only stopped once I got to my destination and the car was off for about half an hour. The contact stated that a sensor was replaced no more information was given.
I opened the sunroof, masked off the rubber seal of the sunroof and tried to close it. I'm always on the highway driving over 60 when it happens, but other than that I've noticed no similarities between all the instances. See the control module , motor an the two switches? At least it's no an emergency trip to the dealer now. Sunroof Motor The sunroof has a bi-directional motor. I'd say, at least in our case, it's definitely not the drains because we haven't had rain in like 3 months and it still does it now and again.
Vw customer service is not being helpful at all. Does the reference voltage measure near the specified value? Had to pay to disconnect power sunroof. Professional installation may be recommended. Mine gets to the windscreen, then bumps back. I have a small child and I don't think he appreciates asphyxiation from so much wind in his face on the long drives to the dealer to be replaced.
I do have the comfort feature enabled and used it a few times when it looked like rain. Lastly, this is the point when I decided to file a complaint and trade the car in for another brand water leaking from the electrical panel on top of inside roof. I took it to the local vw dealership and they told me it's not covered as part of my warranty. The sunroof control module monitors both sunroof switch input requests and based on the sunroof limit switch input combinations, will control an output to the sunroof motor, to drive the sunroof glass to the requested position. It was a very loud bang, which caused me to swerve. They said that they know it's the sunroof causing the leak without even looking at it.
Connect a jumper wire to the sunroof limit switch soft stop signal circuit at the sunroof control module harness to a good ground. I've seen at least two comments on the web about similar problem, but the dealer and the vw customer service claims that they have never seen this problem before. On the mk4 it's because of heat causing the sunroof track to expand and thus slowing down the motor enough to trip the pinch protection. Using the sunroof switch, operate the sunroof system, not to exceed the full open soft stop position. It was a puddle on the bottom of my car. With the power off in the vehicle I just cranked it back and forth all the way really fast like mad for about a minute. All of a sudden, my mother and I heard a loud boom, it sounded like a gunshot.
I was told to settle it with my insurance. The contact stated while driving approximately 65 mph, the sun roof exploded. Free one's here Enter vehicle info. As I understand it, it's the crush sensor giving out. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. I asked if has anything to do with the front passenger window I recently had repaired and they said no.
Continue holding the button for ten seconds after it is full open. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. I have an '03, if that makes any difference. . Constructed of thick tinted cast acrylic the deflector fits your vehicles sunroof opening precisely and is held securely in place with J-Clips protecting your vehicles finish. Window tray broke, window fell into the door. My wife was thinking something similar because I park under the trees in front of our house.
I looked online, and other have report the same thing happening to them, sun roof closed, and all of the sudden a loud pop, then glass everywhere, with no vehicles around. All of my windows were up, the sunroof was closed, there's no reason for something like this to happen on a car that isn't even two years old. Dealer stated that it was the drain channel from the sunroof. It seems to get to about that point and maybe the pressure to push the screen down is enough to cause it to reverse. First disconnect the battery to clear the module's memory.