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SUNROOF RESET

Make sure that the conditions listed below are met before carrying out the sunroof and/or roof blind reset procedure:

  • The ambient air temperature is between 5°C to 65°C.

  • The vehicle is stationary.

  • The vehicle's battery is sufficiently charged and the electrical connections are good.

The sunroof and/or roof blind need to be reset if the battery is disconnected, becomes discharged, or the power supply is interrupted.

Once the power supply is restored, reset the sunroof and/or roof blind as follows:

  1. Switch the ignition on.

  2. Manually close the sunroof and/or roof blind. Release the switches. See ELECTRIC WINDOWS.

    WARNING

    Before closing the sunroof, make sure that no occupants have any part of their body in a position where it could be trapped. Even with an anti-trap system, death or serious injury could occur.

  3. Fully press and hold the front of the sunroof switch for 10 seconds to start the reset cycle. Continue to hold the front of the sunroof switch.

    NOTES

    For vehicles with a fixed sunroof, press and hold the front of the roof blind switch.

    NOTES

    If the switch is released, then the whole procedure has to be repeated.

  4. The reset cycle:

    Fully opens the roof blind.

    Fully opens and then fully closes the sunroof.

    NOTES

    Not applicable for vehicles with a fixed sunroof.

    Fully closes the roof blind.

    WARNING

    The anti-trap system is disabled during the reset cycle. Make sure that no occupants have any part of their body in a position where it could be trapped.

  5. Once the reset cycle has completed and the roof blind has stopped moving, release the switch.

The sunroof and/or the roof blind can now be operated as normal.