should the sunroof open to point u can not see sunroof glass


Asked by Sep 30, 2007 at 07:38 PM about the Hyundai Tucson

Question type: General

My sunroof glass opens but not as wide as the interior cover. Should I  be able to see sunroof glass when it is open all the way..

2 Answers


Some models do not open to the point that the glass is entirely hidden. Sometimes they are still partially visible to the rear when fully open.


Hi stacyrush1, I concur with RudeAwakening - not all sunroofs open all the way. If you're not satisfied take it to the dealer and ask if this was the way the sunroof is supposed to work. Hope this helps!

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