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Try checking your timing belt or chain, it may be broke. It is located on the left side of your engine. It has two protection covers, one in the front and one in the back. You can check the one in the front. It just has a bolt or two. Make sure it is not broke or not slipping. It will usually backfire when it is out of time. This may be the problem. If not, is your check engine light on? You need to get a code if possible. It may be a bad sensor or bad spark plug. Have you checked anything on the vehicle yet? Let me know. I am here to help as much as I can. Thanks for choosing FixYa.
CHECK SUNROOF FUSE.IF FUSE IS GOOD POWER GOING TO SUN ROOF MOTOR.THE MOTOR IS BAD OR SUNROOF IS BINDING NEED ADJUSTING.IF NO POWER GOING TO SUNROOF MOTOR FUSE IS GOOD.YOU GOT BROKE OR LOOSE WIRE FROM FUSE BOX TO SUNROOF SWITCH.OR BROKE WIRE OR LOOSE WIRE AT THE SWITCH.
the kick start broke or did the shaft that the kick start bolts to?, if the shaft broke, you will need to remove the case and replace the shaft. as for the case, depends on how bad it broke, some people can weld alum. but i would buy a new case. and then install kick start on new shaft