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I've got a 91 supra and need the sunroof relay or roof control as it's labeled.
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i dont know which state you are in, but Toyota World in sunland ca. should have it, and look on the offer up in los angeles
 

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I'm in rhode island man. Opposite side of the country. I was trying to avoid dealerships because I can see them jacking up the price on me but if I strike out with a used part I'll give them a call. Thanks for shop referral.
 

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My bad. I thought toyota world was a dealership. I guess they specialize in used toyota parts. I gave them a call but they don't have any sunroof parts. Search continues lol
 

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I would disassemble the box and see what electrical components are inside.
Find the bad part and replace it.
Probably going to be easier than trying to locate another roof control module.
 

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I tried that but couldn't find the exact relays that are soldered to the board. From what I can tell, the two relays reverse polarity letting the sunroof motor spin open one way and closed the other. Right now I only have the close function. I hear the relays click when I press open but don't have voltage.
 

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Interesting.
Got any photos of the relays and their markings?
Good quality close up shots.
 

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There are 2 relays with "omron g8s-114p-02t" written on them and a bunch of other resistors and circuit board stuff. Because I hear the relays clicking when the switch is calling to open. I assume everything else is good on the board, just warn out contacts in a relay.
 

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That specific PN is no longer available from Omron.
But these should work in their place.

Pull up the datasheet and see if the pin arrangement / dimensions are the same.

There are a number of other Toyota forums with the same issues. Very easy to fix.
 

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You rock! Just bought 2 relays. I'm a little nervous replacing the relays myself. I'm not an electronics guy by any means but I'll go slow and careful. I'll keep you guys updated
 

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Got it working! I bought a harbor freight soldering iron and a cheapo solder kit but was only able to fully suck solder off of one pin. Ended up talking the board to a local car electronics shop and they knocked it out the next day. Only issues with the repair is the new relays are taller and I had to file down some of the plastic housing to get the board back in.
Thanks again for finding the relays piratetip.
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Nice!
Success!
 
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