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Re: sunroof replacement

>Can anyone advise me on the cost-benefits of going used or new?
>If a used motor is the way to go, does anyone have one laying around 
>or can tell me where I can find one?  Also, the mechanic said it will 
>take about 6 hours labor to replace the motor.  Is that about right?

A used on will cost you $50-$100 at the boneyard.  Make sure the gear is 
good on the output otherwise if the gear that's on the unit that you have 
is good use that.  Try contact cleaner first on the switch's and maybe 
try replacing the relay.  It takes less than 15min to change the motor 


Eric Fletcher
St. Louis, MO