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Chrysler Repair/'94 LH body sunroof adjustment


Is there a a way to manually crank the sunroof closed in the 94 LHS. It is dropped in the rear in the closed position and thought maybe it needed a turn with a allen or torx to raise it. I have read the answer using the adjustments on the sides but don't have the car in front of me and wanted to have a second option for when when I see the car.

Hi John,
There is no mention of a mechanical device to move the sunroof. The manual does describe the adjustment of the slides to alter the height of the glass. If may be that the position sensor is stopping the motion too soon and that might be adjusted. There are 7 pages that cover the sun roof which I could photocopy and postal mail to you. It costs 10 cents a page plus a postage stamp to do that. You could reimburse me after you get the pages. Let me know your postal address if you would like to receive the pages.

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