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Cleaning the sunroof disc. With pictures
« on: 13 July 2009, 13:01:58 »

 There`s been a lot of questions raised regarding the Omega
"phantom" sunroof. Usually this problem can be solved by removing and cleaning the black disc within the PCB cover.
Tools req. Small flat-bladed screwdriver or similar. Philips driver and a male T20 driver bit.
Pull sunroof control off, carefully prise out courtesy lamp and disconnect then undo the 2 philips screws securing the motor cover.

Where the control knob sits, depress the two side tangs, push the spindle up and withdraw the cover.

Using the T20, undo the 3 bolts securing the PCB cover and disconnect the two multi-plugs and remove.

Unclip the cover and the PCB and disc will be visible.

This is where the bulb sits. 12V/1.2W, SUN ROOF 90512802

Remove the disc noting which way it`s fitted and clean with switch cleaner or similar.

Here is a pic showing the bulb.

When done fit all back together, reset roof, and hopefully the problem is solved in the majority of cases. :y
« Last Edit: 18 July 2009, 22:42:49 by TheBoy »
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completion for sunroof guide
« Reply #1 on: 05 February 2011, 14:20:37 »

I looked for 2 weeks for a bulb to fit into the sunroof switch because nobody wanted to bring just one, the minimum order i had to take was 15 pieces :(. that's until I found out that there are 12v LED's that will fit just right in :). All you have to do is to make their wires shorter. unfortunately all i could find was a blue led but i will go to another electronic store and get a white one, or yellow to match the dash. i took some pics:

« Last Edit: 16 March 2011, 13:20:28 by jimbob »
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