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after getting my alarm and stereo installed, I noticed that the I have to hold down the moonroof buttons to make the thing work now! it's been raining in san diego, so I didnt test it out after the install. but this weekend I tried it and I dont remember having to really hold it down for a couple seconds for it to work
. I wanna take it back to the dealer and have them check that out.

is anyone else having the same problem?
 

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i was wondering when this would come up. here is the solution to your problem.
for the moonroof.
Originally posted by Scion tC owner's manual page 26+-->QUOTE ( Scion tC owner's manual page 26)
If the battery is disconnected or run
down, the moon roof may not operate
automatically and the jam protection function
will not function correctly after you
reconnect, replace or recharge the battery.
In any of these cases, you should normalize
the moon roof.
To normalize the moon roof, hold the
switch on the “CLOSE” side for more than
2 seconds with the moon roof fully closed.
Make sure that the moon roof opens automatically.
If the moon roof cannot be operated
properly, have it checked by your
Scion dealer.[/b]
and for the windows
<!--QuoteBegin- Scion tC owner's manual page 19-20

If the battery is disconnected or run
down
The power window may not operate automatically
and the jam protection function
will not function correctly after you reconnect,
replace or recharge the battery. At
this time, the indicator lights of the
switches will flash. In any of these cases,
you should normalize the power window
on each door.
To normalize the power windows:
1. Push down the power window switch of
each door and lower the windows halfway.
2. Pull up the switch until the windows
close and hold the switch for at least
one second.
Make sure that the windows open and
close automatically. If the power windows
cannot be operated properly, have them
checked by your Scion dealer.
 

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thanks moriarty. I think it's okay now. I was fooling w/it when I noticed it. but it seems to be working now.
 

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I'm having some problems with my sunroof still...

For some reason, if I hold it down it stops at one position (either 25% or 75%, sometimes both). I then have to release the button, and press the button again. This happens when I try to either close or open the sunroof... it gets quite annoying. I'm just not sure if this is how it's supposed to be so you know where certain positions are, but that doesn't make much sense...
 

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That's how the sunroof works.
 

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Hey Marty, you look great in your picture...:c)
 

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Originally posted by whosthatrussian@Nov 2 2004, 12:53 AM
Hey Marty, you look great in your picture...:c)
Thanks, Alex -- so do you. *duck*
 

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moriarty,Oct 25 2004, 10:37 PM]i was wondering when this would come up. here is the solution to your problem.
for the moonroof.
If the battery is disconnected or run
down, the moon roof may not operate
automatically and the jam protection function
will not function correctly after you
reconnect, replace or recharge the battery.
In any of these cases, you should normalize
the moon roof.
To normalize the moon roof, hold the
switch on the “CLOSE” side for more than
2 seconds with the moon roof fully closed.
Make sure that the moon roof opens automatically.
If the moon roof cannot be operated
properly, have it checked by your
Scion dealer.[/b]
LOL, speaking of this....

When I installed my front strut bar a little while back, the first step said to disconnect the battery. So, of course...I did. I had read the manual, so I knew I'd have to normalize the roof and windows again....

But what I failed to take into consideration was the fact that it was a hot day, and I had the windows down and the moon roof open.
I played around with the buttons, holding the "close" down for a few seconds, then holding the "open" for a few seconds, and I finally got it to work somehow.

Just wanted to point this out, in case anyone else forgets to close it all up.....it IS possible to normalize it again.
 
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