Sunroof module S1593-R-2400B-A

Lincoln Mark VIII

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    JaymzMhart LVC Member

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    Hello! I've been a member for a few years, but only rarely post... maybe that will change.
    I bought a 1995 Mark VIII almost ten years ago, worked on it for a while and then put it in storage. The PO took the headliner out to try to fix the sunroof. It's in the closed position, but the long, rectangular module above the driver's side visor is gone. I 'dropped the ball' and never tried to contact him about it. He was young and inexperienced, so I doubt he held onto it. I remember he said he thought the motor was bad. I can buy another motor if needed. Those are available. The sunroof is made by Webasto. I have contacted a local Webasto dealer before doing internet research. We believe it's either a Solaire 4200 or Starlite IV model. They confirmed that the module number is indeed S1593-R-2400B-A, however, they have none available and they're no longer made.

    Does anybody here have one available or know where I can get one? Also, the headliner is gone. He was gonna make one out of fabric. I have a parts car without a sunroof, but the headliner sits closer to the roof, as I'm sure you all know. Is there any place to get a new one of those?

    Thanks for any help! I hope to interact more often once I get this project going again!
     
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    BUMP

    Aw, c'mon! No one has a clue, or perhaps, a parts car???
     
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    Mine is second gen so its not the same and I don't have a sunroof but maybe try searching the forum if you haven't already done so, also try eBay for the module if it was mine I'd also get a new motor if possible that way best case you have a new motor sitting around.
     
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    Thanks for the reply! I’ve searched the part number here, on eBay, Googled it... nothing. I agree, I think I’ll buy a motor also, but only IF I can score the module and make this work again.
     
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    I wonder if this might work?
     
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    I looked at those, too. Without a schematic diagram of the right part, I won’t be able to modify that later part to work. I’m an industrial electrician by trade, so if only I knew what the correct module is looking for, I could Frankenstein it. I assume the module has a couple relays in it.

    Thanks for the reply!
     
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    Hmm yea that's beyond me then lol sorry I couldn't be of more help
     

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