How do I reset the sunroof control module on a 2008 Land Rover LR2?

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Asked by Apr 29, 2017 at 08:29 AM about the 2008 Land Rover LR2 SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Sunroof stopped working after a voltage spike. I replaced the fuse, but have
heard there's a process to reset the control module (before I replace the switch
or motor).

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ASK THAT QUESTION IN YOUR SEARCH ENGINE....EASY TO DO....AND FIND OUT ALL THE TRICKS....BE GOOD...K

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Thanks Kelly. That was the first thing I did - there is no process for a 2008 LR2. I've tried the others suggested - hold the switch forward (or backward) for 20 seconds (or 30 seconds). No change... guess I'm just trying to get out of replacing the switch or motor LOL.

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BUT???? DOES IT MOVE NOW ????

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No. It's dead. No "click" when I reset the module using the process(es) found in the search.

Had this happen in my rover too. All you do is....with the power off, key out of ignition...pull the 15 amp fuse for the sunroof out for a few seconds...then reinstall it...make sure it is not blown 1st....then start the rover and the sunroof should work fine.. this resets the module.

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