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Full length fabric sunroof.....
#1
Has always worked perfectly and been the most looked after and admired element on the car......
Suddenly one day it closed fully and now won't open, not a click or anything.
Aha, check the fuses. Do we need to learn something about french electrics? The pictures in the book look nothing like the actual fuse box. Perhaps its an interesting "crossover" model, which would be an interesting conversation starter in the pub car park, but doesn't help with the basics.
So, the table of fuses next to the picture in the handbook says that the sunroof fuse is the same as windscreen wipers.
I doubt it but am prepared to be proved wrong. The windscreen wipers work.

From other posts , I see £1600 mentioned for replacing roof in the last resort, we love it but not that much......
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#2
I know nothing about the folding roof per se,but there is probably a relay in the circuit? Check the fuse(s) first & then progress to relay/cabling.HTH PS.If the fuse is not readily identified,pull & check each one in turn.
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#3
Did you solve this? The other option is a metal sheet instead of the sunroof Smile
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#4
The original poster hasn't been online since January, but...

The most likely culprits is the fuse and the connectors conecting the wiring loom(coming up one of the A pillars) to the switch and the motor. They're kind of a bitch to reach, but it should be possible if you release the panel holding the switch and the roof light.
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#5
The original poster is my beloved. The nice man at the independent Citroen garage found the fuse. D'oh!
Since then we did a 5000 + mile Europe road trip with the roof open most of the time. Brilliant ?
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#6
Good to hear you sorted it dude Smile
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(04-06-2017, 03:35 PM)ian432 Wrote:  The original poster is my beloved. The nice man at the independent Citroen garage found the fuse. D'oh!
Since then we did a 5000 + mile Europe road trip with the roof open most of the time. Brilliant ?

What?
Your Berlingo posted the first post?

Yes, yes, you may also love another person, but as long as they knows who or what comes first...

Anyway, there's now fuses with built-in LEDs on the market.
The LED lights up after the fuse blows.
Not certain how they work, really, or how safe they are...
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