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Q: Sunroof malfunctioning

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The sunroof in my vehicle won't close all of the way.

It is possible that the cable or motor that moves the sunroof are broken or failing. There is also the possibility that there is some debris or object in the track for your sunroof. I would ask for help from one of the mechanics at YourMechanic to come examine your sunroof for any problems so they can be fixed.

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