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Old 08-20-2006, 09:18 PM   #1
Dave 325i
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access to sunroof rails

the moonroof cover (the upholstered panel) is off the rails in my e46, does anyone know how to access the sunroof mechanism so i can get it back on track?
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Old 09-05-2006, 08:34 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Dave 325i
the moonroof cover (the upholstered panel) is off the rails in my e46, does anyone know how to access the sunroof mechanism so i can get it back on track?
My 2003 had this same problem. It started as a once in a while problem where the cover went in out of whack. Then one day, the cover went completely into the slot and never came out. The car was under warranty so the dealer had to completely remove the headliner and in order to do that they had to remove some coverings on the pillars. It didn't help that I have the wagon. It took a few hours. There were clips of some sort that had snapped on the track. The cover itself was the same one as before. Because it was under warranty I never saw the bill (with $$ on it). Other than sympathy this note is probably of little use to you. Sorry.
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