Date: Sat, 9 Mar 2002 13:12:47 -0500 From: "KeithG" <noonenopsamhlink.net> Subject: Re: Motorizing a manual sunroof.
Jeremy, If you have the power sunroof assembly, I would carefully disassemble it to see how the body colored piece is retained. I have never done this and do not know if it is even detailed in the Bentley. I would completely disassemble the power sunroof, clean it and lube the tracks before assembling it to your car. While you are there, clean the drains at all 4 corners. It is easy when the headliner is out. If you were local to Columbus, OH, I could take a look. good luck, KeithG "Jeremy Brown" <Jerem43nopsamnet> wrote in message news:a6cgag$s18$1nopsamnews.rcn.net... > Sorry, I should have mentioned that I have all accessories to the unit as > well. I would like to keep my existing roof, since the dead Saab is red and > mine is gray. I am wondering if the roof can be retro fitted, and if any one > knows how. > > Jeremy > > "KeithG" <noonenopsamhlink.net> wrote in message > news:a6b8gv$7q3$1nopsam9.atl.mindspring.net... > > Go and get the cable and track and rest of the sunroof from the deceased > > Saab. You can swap out the body colored piece I am pretty sure. > > > > Keith > > "Jeremy Brown" <Jerem43nopsamnet> wrote in message > > news:a6b7ie$lsv$1nopsamnews.rcn.net... > > > Hey all, > > > Just wondering, I have a manual sunroof and wish to motorize it. I have > > > gotten the motor and switch from a deceased Saab (bow you head in > > memorium) > > > and want to know what to do next. > > > > > > Jeremy > > > > > > > > > > > >