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sunroof part needed

I've got an early 85 na and I'm looking for a sunroof part, my motor is fine, but the white-ish plastic gearbox attached to the motor in the hatch area is busted so the gears slip and I can't use my roof, this is especially a problem because it is stuck down with the latches all the way retracted so I have to hold my roof down with bungee cords, it's really pathetic and my car is in really nice shape otherwise, does anyone have this gearbox, or will just send me the whole motor, either way let me know.
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Early 85 G-red 944na, S2 transmission, Ice Shark grounds, Cibie E-Code lights, turbo rear valance, 924S gauges, Turbo S full power seats, "Porsche" door handles, Enkei Wheels.
95 Infiniti G20 dark red metallic-for sale soon
87 BMW 325ic Bronzit, stock(for now)
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open your windows just a bit while you are moving and it will stay down on its own. The little clips on the back of mine were broken at one time and I had simmilar problems. If you have the windows up airflow over the car causes lift. Roll the windows down and the pressure stabilizes.
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ds475 might have what you need, send him a pm.
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