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Old 03-03-13, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default Sunroof. Shutter

Hi,any ideas how to get sunroof shutter back on its the moment it's stuck in rear compartment of roof.
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Old 03-03-13, 01:47 PM   #2
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Best take it to the dealers to be honest. Messing with those panoramic roof shutters is a bitch to say the least especially the ball ache of having to remove the roof which is often glued on.
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Old 13-03-13, 04:40 PM   #3
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My shutter came off it's tracks sometime ago and between myself and a mate we managed to get it back on the track by levering it back in with a screwdriver as one of us ran if forward with the switch. I know it was a bit of a botch it and leggit operation but I figured I had nothing to lose ,anyway it worked and it's been fine since. I have a set of instructions I think which I can scan and email to you or somebody here to put up on the siten as I don't know how to do it, for eveyone to use but to be honest it's looks a nightmare to do.
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Old 13-03-13, 06:57 PM   #4
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I've done a few of these. An absolute nightmare to fix. the whole roof headlining and blind need to come down.

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What would it cost for any repair with pano roof cost? Surely an insurance job?
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Old 14-06-15, 07:50 AM   #6
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Please mate, can you email me the instruction. I will give it a try before going to the dealer. Thanks

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Old 20-06-15, 01:33 PM   #7
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Default hard to do but possible

well i would not use a screwdriver because you can break the plastic slips teeth, also i dont think is glue maybe a two side tape can be replace, there is instroctions online on the servicebox if i had me install i could send you but is not working ? but here is some diagram that can give you someidea you need to start at the back end.
I open my and still cold not fix i got new sliders and alined them all but every time o try opening when they get to the back they pop off the rail and never get back to the from so now i just not using the roof

here are the images if you want it in english i can get it also your you can go to the service box and open a free acount.


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