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    Quote Originally Posted by callofgeorge View Post
    i too would love to be able to see the pictures. If anyone still has them, please repost.. Not not sure of what is being implied to adjust. My sunroof appears to be leaking from around the glass seal to inside. My sunroof sits about 1mm below roof in rear and flush in front. I have pulled the glass and it has some rust around where the seal is. I drive a 05 srt4 neon btw.
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    Don't mean to bump an old thread, but just wanted to confirm that the TSM fix works perfectly! I did this last night since my sunroof was sitting about 1/8-1/4" below the roof in the rear. When I pressed and held the vent button, I could see it go to where it normally does, then sort of "click" and then go up a tad higher. I cycled the sunroof a few times and lo-and-behold, she's not back to just a hair above flush with the roof. WOOHOO!
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    Bump with pics please

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    Good info and well illustrated..

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    Just used the fuse 44 reset and it worked. Thanks


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    I am having the same issue! Grrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by McKinneyMagnum View Post
    I have just done the above trick (for the 2nd time in less than a year) but after I push up the rear and re-tighten both back bolts (one side at a time) then either vent or open the roof entirely, the glass falls back to its original sagging position. Very annoying. Any suggestions for what I am doing wrong. The last time I did this re-adjustment it worked for 6+ months.
    I have the same issue on mine. How can we fix?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PMKN JAK View Post
    I have the same issue on mine. How can we fix?
    in this order:
    1- uncalibrate sunroof module.
    2- recalibrate sunroof module.
    3- update sunroof module software.
    4- adjust sunroof glass.

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    After doing the adjustment first, then the recalibrate, may I say, DO THE CALIBRATION FIRST! lol
    Thanks fnkychkn thanked for this post

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    Thanks. Worked like a charm

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