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Roof Can not open roof !Porsche 944 s2 cabriolet 1990 year.

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The owner manual is incorrect. The let down for the top is not in the trunk. There is a disk in the wall beside each rear seat. Behind that disk is the connection you are looking for. Loosening the bolt/nut inside will release the top to allow manual operation.

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My roof just stopped working this morning. My owners manual says that on the left rear side, in the trunk, when you pull back the carpeting there is a place for a crank. You use the spark plug wrench that came with the tool kit, although it is not with my car.

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