>So that means if I order the track, I'd get the scissor part with it?
I believe you do, at least according to the parts illustration I got from the dealer. But before you pay for the parts, make sure to double check on this. If the dealer has it in stock,let them show you the parts.
I'll give you the instruction, but please note that it's been a few months since I did it, so this won't be as thorough.
Before the procedure, you may have to remove the seats out of the car, as the sunroof assembly is too big to take out of the car. How did they install it? Well, I assume they inserted it through the windshield opening before they put the windshield. Or, you may flatten the seats at max reclined position but I would take them out of the car to avoid possible damage.
1. Remove sunroof glass.
2. Remove "A" pillar trim pieces. They're press-fit so be careful not to crack them.
3. Remove plastic handles above driver & passenger doors (10mm bolts x2 ea.).
4. Remove weather strip on the body, around the driver & passenger doors. They're press fit and you can just pull them out.
5. *Remove glare shield & all clips. To remove the clips, turn them about 45 degrees left and pull.
6. *Remove rear headliner clips by turning 90 degrees.
7. Remove sunroof opening frame. Be careful not to crack it. it is press-fit.
8. Remove driver & passenger seat belt cover trim pieces.
9. Remove everything else that is interfering with the headliner (courtesy lamp housing, etc...). Remember to be gentle when removing parts as they are fragile.
10. Remove sunroof shade, by undoing the springs. Be sure not to loose them.
11. Undo the drain hose clamps, at each corner (x4).
12. Undo 6-point bolts, not sure exactly how may were there. When you undo the last 2 bolts, be sure to have an assistant hold the sunroof assembly.
13. Lay the sunroof assembly on the floor and remove the track rail & replace with new unit.
14. Re-assembly is the reversal, of course. You may need to adjust the height of the glass when everything is done.
*Buy spares at a dealer. Approx $3-$5 ea.
This is the best I can do, without having the car handy. Make sure to get a few pages of parts illustrations from a dealer. If you act with courtesy & buy something cheap (key chain, O-ring, etc...), they should be happy to give you the printouts.
This may become a good one-day job, but don't hurry. Take your time and be careful whenever removing something. Many interior trim parts are press-fit, so gently pry them off.
The links below only seem to deal with the glass & shades and I could not find an instruction as to how to remove the entire assembly.
I hope this is of some use.