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Broken sunroof, out of warranty, diy?

Discussion in 'Model S' started by zabloct, Jun 17, 2020.

  1. zabloct

    zabloct Member

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    Hey guys, just bought a used Tesla S 2016. The sunroof is broken, it doesn't react at all when I move it on the mcu panel. Looks like it's not even attempting to move, I cannot hear anything happening. I checked the fuse and it's ok. Is there any realy or something I should look at? Does it have its own computer? Not sure what previous owner did to it. I am fairly new to Tesla, did some repairs to my other cars and got the electronic degree. Any ideas or guaidence is highly appreciated. Cheers.
     
  2. kdday

    kdday Active Member

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    Can you check that power is going THROUGH the fuse just in case? It may be bad and you don’t know it, or, power isn’t reaching it for some reason.
     
  3. zabloct

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    I just checked and there is around 14v dc on the fuse and the fuse itself is ok.
     

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