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Can anybody help me? I recently bought an 86 Celica, knowing the sunroof didn't work. I thought it would be a simple fix!! I can't find any blown fuses, bad wiring or anything. I have not yet checked the switch condition or the motor. Can anybody enlighten me as to where the sunroof motor is located? I can't find it.

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Can anybody help me? I recently bought an 86 Celica, knowing the sunroof didn't work. I thought it would be a simple fix!! I can't find any blown fuses, bad wiring or anything. I have not yet checked the switch condition or the motor. Can anybody enlighten me as to where the sunroof motor is located? I can't find it.

from my knowledge the motor is in the roof just behind the acutal sliding panel and works using steel cable and pullys... but if it doenst work there should be a manual adjustment hex-nut to open close the roof panes somewhere in the front of the roof lining... last option call the experts... or look at webasto sunroofs for a replacement

ps the fuse should be the first place you should check... engine bay or under the dash

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Can anybody help me? I recently bought an 86 Celica, knowing the sunroof didn't work. I thought it would be a simple fix!! I can't find any blown fuses, bad wiring or anything. I have not yet checked the switch condition or the motor. Can anybody enlighten me as to where the sunroof motor is located? I can't find it.

from my knowledge the motor is in the roof just behind the acutal sliding panel and works using steel cable and pullys... but if it doenst work there should be a manual adjustment hex-nut to open close the roof panes somewhere in the front of the roof lining... last option call the experts... or look at webasto sunroofs for a replacement

ps the fuse should be the first place you should check... engine bay or under the dash

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Can anybody help me? I recently bought an 86 Celica, knowing the sunroof didn't work. I thought it would be a simple fix!! I can't find any blown fuses, bad wiring or anything. I have not yet checked the switch condition or the motor. Can anybody enlighten me as to where the sunroof motor is located? I can't find it.

from my knowledge the motor is in the roof just behind the acutal sliding panel and works using steel cable and pullys... but if it doenst work there should be a manual adjustment hex-nut to open close the roof panes somewhere in the front of the roof lining... last option call the experts... or look at webasto sunroofs for a replacement

ps the fuse should be the first place you should check... engine bay or under the dash

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