i looked under the rear seat but the fuse box chart did not have an entry for rear power sunshade. does anyone have a complete chart? my rear sunshade stopped working and I suspect the fuse is out.
OliverK said:Mine would get stuck about 1/4 of the way up. Turns out it was merely a stuck roller. I manually spun the roller as a friend pushed the button. Now it works perfect.
Perhaps yours is just stuck somehow.
When you press the button, do you hear the motor whirring at all?
OliverK said:ok, think of the shade as a roll of gift wrapping paper. If somebody was holding the cardboard roll from turning, you couldn't get the paper off. So, the problem with mine was that either the shade was stuck to the roller and wouldn't come up, or the roller was somehow jammed/prevented from rolling. So what I did was just gently turn the roller and pull the shade up as someone pushed the button. I went slowly and worked my way up, doing a small amount on each side at a time. Now it goes up and down perfectly and is actually a nice option for preventing high beam glare.
So, id get a buddy to push the button and try gently pulling up on the shade at the same time. You may find that as soon as you get it to move a little bit, it will actually go up (at least somewhat) on its own. At that point, you should be able to work it so that it moves freely if the motor is not fried.
khelms_98 said:OliverK and Pro V1x, thanks so much for the suggestion of lifting the sunshade manually a little and then reattempting to raise it with the button. This worked excellently with my sister's C320...she's very excited now. Thanks again.