The sunroof on this client’s vehicle would not close, so she stuffed some towels into it to prevent the rain from coming in. The Waterford resident and first-time ENORMIS Mobile Specialties customer called and spoke with Doug Reichert, our veteran service advisor, about the 2006 Ford F-150 she had just purchased.
With fall right around the corner, Nancy was in a pickle. Doug said, “Sure, we can help you out.” Our MECP technician Chris Brown investigated the issue and found that someone had previously tried to repair or close the sunroof the wrong way. The track for the sunroof glass was all bent and gouged from tools being forced into it.
Nancy just wanted the roof closed at this point, which would have been a less-expensive option. Unfortunately, the prior “fix” prevented the roof glass from closing tightly, and it would just slide back and forth with very little force applied.
Our technicians expertly removed the cloth headliner, trim and wiring. We then installed a new sunroof track assembly and swapped the glass from the old sunroof track to the new one. The sunroof now opens and closes with ease.
The automotive electrical experts at ENORMIS can even solve sunroof problems. Contact us about your vehicle. We want you to Enjoy Your Ride.