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Blue_Glo Dec 30, 6:09pm - #75263 

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moon roof problem

I don't know what the hell happened! I changed my oil like I always do when all of the sudden I opened my moon roof to hear music. No problem! But then when I went to shut it, nuthin'! It won't close, and know the clock doesn't hardly lite up if at all, it keeps reseting to 1:00 when I start my car and the dome light and trunk lights no longer work! I don't know what the hell is going on. I went to the dealer ship and believe this, the said I was sol! WTF

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Speed4TheNeed Dec 30, 6:11pm - #75264 

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check your battery (+) and (-) connections. one or both might be loose.
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GjGts Dec 30, 6:38pm - #75265 

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yea bro same thing happened to my friend, one of your grounds is loose like 99% sure to...dont worry it aint a problem
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blackcel Dec 30, 8:48pm - #75266 

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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
check your battery (+) and (-) connections. one or both might be loose.

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sappemall99 Dec 30, 8:53pm - #75267 

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that's some spooky shit spineyes

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slidr Dec 31, 1:43am - #75268 

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Also, check to see that your roof fuse isn't blown.

Check out this diagram of the fuse boxes to locate the possible problematic fuse.

http://www.radphys.com/ARTICLE_FUSEBLOCK_DIAGRAM.pdf

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Speed4TheNeed Dec 31, 2:03am - #75269 

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Originally Posted by slidr
Also, check to see that your roof fuse isn't blown.

Check out this diagram of the fuse boxes to locate the possible problematic fuse.

http://www.radphys.com/ARTICLE_FUSEBLOCK_DIAGRAM.pdf


on page 2 of this diagram, your sunroof fuse will be fuse #2 thumbsup

but imo, if it was the fuse...it shouldnt be affecting the rest of his car. (unless of course there are multiple fuse problems..which is unlikely)

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Originally Posted by blackcel
Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
check your battery (+) and (-) connections. one or both might be loose.

my thoughts exactly
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Blue_Glo Apr 30, 5:56pm - #75271 

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yo dude check this out, it was not only the moon roof fuse, but it was all of those five prong japanese fuses ( i think there are four of them) I took it to 2 toyota dealers to have it fixed. the 1st one ripped the headliner out and said it wasn't the fuses but the motor and burn wires, but they couldn't get it shut untill two weeks later. so after four days of not being able to close my moon roof i went to another dealership. he replaced the fuse and vwala, i was pimpin once again and my clock worked too. sweetness. some toyota mechs are pretty retarded! spineyes

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Speed4TheNeed Apr 30, 5:59pm - #75272 

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awesome..glad it got worked out thumbsup

(although i'm glad it was only about a week and not the 4 months it took for you to reply back--just kidding!)

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I can tell you for a fact that it is a fuse this happens to me all the time. It is one of the large fuses in the fuse box by the glove compartment. You should have a spare in the fuse box under you Hood. Im not sure of the #'s.
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morris May 1, 7:49am - #75274 
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Leson learned:
First of all: check for blown fuses... 80% that's the cause of sudden failures thumbsup
BTW you can do it bu yourself it's even easier if you have the owners manual ($15 dealer) and you're gonna save LOT$$$ rolleyes
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Speed4TheNeed May 1, 2:07pm - #75275 

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Originally Posted by spyder00367
I can tell you for a fact that it is a fuse this happens to me all the time. It is one of the large fuses in the fuse box by the glove compartment. You should have a spare in the fuse box under you hood. Im not sure of the #'s.


the problem has been previously taken care of thumbsup
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