How much does it cost to fix a Jeep Liberty sunroof?

How much does it cost to fix a Jeep Liberty sunroof?

The Best in Auto Repair The average cost for a Jeep Liberty sunroof motor replacement is between $414 and $450. Labor costs are estimated between $137 and $173 while parts are priced at $277.

Why is my sunroof not opening?

Do not open or close the roof. The most common cause of a sunroof jamming is maintenance, of lack there of. Usually the tracks are clogged with dirt or hardened axle grease (as was the case with my 1963). When this problem gets too bad and the sunroof is forced open or closed, the worse problem happens, cable breakage!

Why is my sunroof not working?

Check the sunroof wiring as a short can cause it to stop working. If there is no resistance, then the wiring is fine. If there is high resistance, however, then there is a short and the wires must be replaced. Clean the sunroof tracks, as dirt and debris can cause the sunroof to become stuck open.

Does a Jeep Liberty have a sunroof?

Jeep also added a four-wheel drive system and an optional sunroof.

How do you close a Jeep Liberty sunroof?

To close the sunroof, press and hold the switch in the forward position.

Why does my sunroof not work?

Why does my sunroof open but not close?

There are several different versions of sunroofs; most open and close automatically with the touch of a button. If your sunroof suddenly becomes stuck open, and it’s rainy or cold outside, you’ve got a major problem. The two main causes of a stuck sunroof are a lack of power and debris stuck in the sunroof’s tracks.

How much does it cost to fix a sunroof that won’t open?

Since there are so many variables involved, it’s hard to estimate a repair based on a sunroof motor problem. However, generally speaking, the motor itself can range from $100 to $500 with labor costs added on top. If the issue is electrical such as a blown fuse or relay, the cost of those components is minimal.