Manual: 2011/2012 911

Page: 154

Lifting/Sliding Roof

Sliding Roof Operation

If there are persons or animals in the movement range of the lifting/sliding roof, parts of the body could become trapped or crushed.

  • Take care to ensure that nobody can be injured when the lifting/sliding roof is operated.
  • Always withdraw the ignition key when leaving the vehicle. Uninformed persons (e.g. children) could injure themselves by operating the lifting/sliding roof.
  • In case of danger, release the button immediately and operate the lifting/sliding roof in the opposite direction.

Readiness for operation
– When the ignition is switched on (engine switched on or off) or
– With doors closed and ignition key withdrawn, but only until a door is first opened.

A - Opening the lifting/sliding roof

  • Press rear of rocker switch A until lifting/ sliding roof reaches the desired position.

One-touch operation

  • Touch rear of rocker switch A.
    Lifting/sliding roof opens to its end position.
    Stop it in any position by touching any button.

Information
The lifting/sliding roof opens until it reaches the best position relative to noise. It can be opened fully, however, if you press the rocker switch again.



B - Closing the lifting/sliding roof

  • Press front of rocker switch B until lifting/ sliding roof reaches the desired position.

C - Lifting the lifting/sliding roof

  • Press center of rocker switch C until lifting/ sliding roof reaches the desired position.

One-touch operation

  • Touch the rocker switch C in the center.
    Lifting/sliding roof opens to its end position.
    Touch button again to stop in any position.

B - Lowering the lifting/sliding roof

  • Press front of rocker switch B until lifting/ sliding roof reaches the desired position.

Emergency operation

Roof Operation

If there are persons or animals in the movement range of the lifting/sliding roof, parts of the body could become trapped or crushed.

  • Do not operate the lifting/sliding roof with the rocker switch during and after emergency operation.

Before using emergency operation, please check whether defective fuses are the cause of the malfunction.

  • Please see the chapter "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM" on page 222.