300, 300C & Magnum 2006-2008, Charger 2006-2008

Sunroof

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Power Sunroof



Removal & Installation
Motor

NOTE
This procedure covers removal and installation of the power sunroof module.


WARNING
The Excessive Force Limitation (EFL) feature must be calibrated any time a sunroof motor/module is replaced with a new component. Failure to perform this procedure could result in vehicle damage and/or personal injury.

  1. Move glass panel to the fully closed position.
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  3. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
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  5. Lower the headliner, as outlined in the Headliner Removal & Installation procedure in this section.
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  7. Disconnect the sunroof wire harness electrical connector.
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  9. Disconnect the four drain tubes from sunroof housing.
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  11. Remove the eight fasteners (3) attaching sunroof assembly.
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  13. With the aid of a helper, support the sunroof and remove the fasteners (2) attaching sunroof assembly (1) to roof panel.
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  15. Remove the sunroof (1) from vehicle.

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    Fig. View of the sunroof (1), and fasteners (2, 3)

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To install:

  1. Verify that glass panel is loose and slightly retracted.
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  3. Raise the sunroof module assembly and guide it carefully into position.
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  5. While supporting the sunroof assembly, start the 12 attaching screws and tighten the attaching screws to 80 inch lbs. (9 Nm) using the sequence shown.

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    Fig. Sunroof module screw tightening sequence

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  7. Connect the electrical connector.
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  9. Connect the drain tubes to the sunroof.
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  11. Adjust the sunroof glass, as follows:
    1. Move the sunshade rearward to the open position.
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    3. Separate the mechanism covers (2) from the tabs (1) on the glass panel.

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      Fig. Separate the mechanism covers (2) from the tabs (1) on the glass panel

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    5. Verify the sunroof glass panel is in the fully closed position.
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    7. Loosen the forward attaching screws (2) on each side enough to permit the front of the glass to adjust up or down.
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    9. Adjust the front surface of the sunroof glass panel 0.00-0.08 in. (0.00-2.0mm) below the top surface of the roof. Tighten the front glass panel attaching screws to 49 inch lbs. (5.5 Nm).
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    11. Loosen the rear screws (2) on each side enough to make the rear adjustment.
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    13. Adjust the rear surface of the sunroof glass panel 0.00-0.08 in. (0.00-2.0mm) below the top surface of the roof. Tighten the rear glass panel attaching screws to 49 inch lbs. (5.5 Nm).
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    15. Check for proper fit. If not OK, repeat glass panel adjustment.

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      Fig. Location of the screws (2) for sunroof adjustment

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  13. Position the mechanism covers (2) over the glass tabs (1) between the locating features and seat fully.
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  15. Verify sunroof operation and alignment.
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  17. Connect battery negative cable.
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  19. Install the vehicle headliner, as outlined in this section.
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  21. Perform the sunroof position calibration, as follows:
    1. Turn the ignition to the RUN position.
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    3. Press the vent button on the power sunroof switch and hold until the sunroof glass panel has moved to the full vent position and the motor movement has stopped for at least 1 second.
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    5. Press the close switch on the power sunroof switch and hold for a moment (at least 100ms) and release. The sunroof glass panel should continue travel to the full close position. If the sunroof glass panel does not return to the full close position, refer to the appropriate diagnostic information for full system diagnosis.
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    7. Verify proper system operation.
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  23. Perform the Excessive Force Limitation (EFL) calibration, as follows:
    NOTE
    Make sure the battery is in good condition prior to performing this procedure. Do not leave the vehicle on a battery charger while performing this procedure. If the voltage at the sunroof motor/module drops below 11 volts or exceeds 15 volts at anytime while this procedure is being performed, the Excessive Force Limitation (EFL) function will not be properly calibrated.

    1. Turn the ignition to the RUN position.
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    3. Press the vent button on the power sunroof switch and hold until the sunroof glass panel has moved to the full vent position and the motor movement has stopped for at least 1 second.
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    5. Press the close position on the power sunroof switch and release. The sunroof glass panel should continue travel to the full closed position. This will be considered the first sunroof closed position in a series of four sunroof closes.
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    7. Press the vent button on the power sunroof switch and release. The sunroof glass panel should move to the full vent position. After the sunroof motor/module has stopped, press the close position on the power sunroof switch and release. The sunroof glass panel should continue travel to the full closed position. This will be considered the second sunroof closed position in a series of four sunroof closes.
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    9. Continue to move the sunroof glass to the -vent- then -closed- positions two more times so that the sunroof glass has moved to the closed position a total of four times starting with the first sunroof close in step c.
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    11. Press the open position on the power sunroof switch and release. The sunroof glass panel should continue travel to the full open position.
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    13. Press the close position on the power sunroof switch and release. The sunroof glass panel should continue travel to the full closed position. This will be considered the first sunroof closed position in a series of five sunroof closes.
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    15. Press the open position on the power sunroof switch and release. The sunroof glass panel should move to the full open position. After the sunroof motor/module has stopped, press the close position on the power sunroof switch and release. The sunroof glass panel should continue travel to the full closed position.
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    17. Continue to move the sunroof glass to the -open- then -closed- position four more times so that the sunroof glass has moved to the closed position a total of five times starting with the first sunroof close in step g.
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    19. Verify proper EFL calibration by placing a standard pencil at the front of the sunroof and then moving the sunroof to the full closed position. The sunroof should reverse direction upon contact without damage to the pencil.
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  25. Verify proper operation of the power sunroof system.
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