I had this problem not long ago. In the trunk on the right side (facing the trunk) there is a manual switch for the top. My son changed my tailights and accidentally switched it to manual. I switched it back to automatic and have not had probs since.
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There are more things that can cause a random misfire then the ignition system; even though it is the most common reason.. Have you checked the ignition coil's maximum output; it should be no less then 25KV (25,000 volts).
Yes the wrong PCV could cause an intermittent misfire; likely a lean misfire; the valve might be drawing to much vacuum.
Other things are engine mechanical; low compression, worn valve guides, worn/loose timing belt, or just general overall engine wear.
The fuel system; low fuel pressure, low fuel volume, plugged or leaking fuel injectors, injector(s) beginning to fail electrically, injector drivers (computer).
The exhaust system; a converter partially plugged; as in the monolith catalyst inside the converter is breaking up into pieces and intermittently plugging up the outlet of the converter. This could also answer the EGR flow insufficient code?
it sounds like your motor that opens and closes the top might be going out. with the motor going out it will not send the signal that the top is closed. get the motor for the top checked with a volt meter to see how much power is going to it. if theres a problem with the wiring and its not getting enough power to it, it wouldnt work properly. if it does have enough power goin to it then your motor might be going bad. hope this helps
Basically this means that the oxygen sensor downstream of the catalytic converter
on bank 1 is detecting that the converter is not working as efficiently as it
should be (according to specs). It is part of the vehicle emissions system
Unfortunately, this is not something you can fix yourself. You will need to take the car to either the dealer or a shop which specializes in fixing convertible tops, headliners, etc (commonly called an automotive trim shop) Most used car dealers have a trim shop that they can recommend.