Hello and thank you for the wonderfull guide. Like so many others here, I'd like your input, before actually trying your repair or what the dealership is saying. My roof did get stuck when trying to close a week ago. It was actually stuck in a weird position, at the point where the rear window needs to be lifted in order for the roof cover to close. It was closing down if I tried to close it, but opening would fail. So I ended up closing it manually. (Every time I was opening the ignition though, the roof check light was blinking) A few days later, the roof operated just fine and I was able to use it again without any issues, so I thought it might have been something temporarily. But just to be sure I also called the dealership to get this checked. Today when arriving at the dealership and trying to close the roof, it stopped at the point where it would latch the roof and I had to latch it manually. They've checked the fault codes (unfortunatelly I don't have those) and told me that I need to change the ECU of the roof (part number 8H0959255B) and one roof sensor (part number 8H0959613A), which both cost 380Euro, plus 160Euro for their work. Now before I throw away this kind of money, I'd like to ask if it's worth trying this repair with the motor. My motor, even the day it stuck was generating noise (as if it was working), but was not moving the parts of the roof. Is this something else, so I should go with their repair, or should I try something else (or what you have done) here? Thank you in advance. P.S. Unfortunately I cannot use any of the ebay motor repair services, since I'm located at Greece, but I suppose I could find someone that is specializing in electric motor repairs to take a look at the motor if needed.