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When the lights are on there is a issue,somethings not working correctly,may have two issue's ABS and Track control are the same module 4x4 is another system.Scan for faults then diagnose what the fault points to.
I'm not familiar with this particular model but it sounds like you ran the motor past the track limits. You will have to take it apart again and reset the motor onto the track, as well as reestablish the track limits for raising and lowering the sunroof. I'm not sure how familiar you are with doing this kind of work, but you would do well to get a factory shop manual in order to do it correctly.
It's not a particularly brilliant system. When you hit the switch, the motor will keep running until it hits the contact on the track that cuts the power. If it doesn't, or the contact is in the wrong place, it will run off the track and then just spin. This true for both directions. Did you notice either of these when you replaced the motor? The shop manual should be able to tell you how to set them correctly.
the glass in the door window is not normally glued in the regulator track but is pressed in the rubber with the use of soap which dries out and that means that the pressure of the metal is what holds the glass in place. There will be difficulties if the window guides are incorrectly adjusted and the glass is allowed to go up an angle instead of straight up.. Normally the track at the back of the door is fixed and the front track is adjustable to hold the glass correctly
this can be a few things, you may have a bad motor, or a broken cable to motor or seat track and last maybe a broken track, the best way to diagnose would be to remove the seat flip it over while still conected,meaning; remove the bolts at the bottom of the seat then push seat back toward the rear seat this way you can see the track, now move the controls as you watch the track,it may go sideways instead of straight back or foward this will show you what side is not working from there you can see if its a cable broken or track or motor not turning .
Check the alignment and where the window is clamped to the regulator to see that it is correct.
I had an issue with one of mine where the bottom half of the track was rusted and the window would bind. I cleaned out all of the rust and greased it - worked for several years.
Check the voltage output of your current power pack. If the output is anywhere between 12-16 Volts DC, you can use a Automative battery charger, preferably a 10 AMP model and it will supply more current to reach additional track. You just have to try it to see what works.
I had a same problem with my windstar. I found the kids somehow slipped a toy down in the track and it was jamming from this. Oh these kids sometimes. Check your door track throughly to see what is in the track. The track runs on the top as well as below the floor. Hope this helps you.
This will happen if one side has jumped the running track. this will happen in this case. On most set ups, the motors will be on each side of the track and, if one side starts to malfunction or, jump the track, it will create this situation you have here.
You can correct this by extracting the seat and resetting the track and running assembly.
your tracking settings correct its zero eighth toe out the problem you have got is either they havn,t done the tracking correct by linning the front wheels with the back wheels or they have lined it up with your back wheels but the geometry on your back wheels is out so when the front is lined up with the back it automaticly knocks your front out of line it all depends on the tracking device they have used but a good mechanic would have noticed this and told you and wouldn,t have sent it out if the cars still pulling to one side did they check your cambers as these will cause the car to pull to one side as would set back onyour front wheels if its more 2.5cm how good is the bloke the did your tracking ? what you can do is the basics check your tyre presures then swop your front wheels over as sometimes if your tracking has been out it wears the tyres uneven then when tracking is put right it pulls to that side swapping the wheels cures this