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Convertible top wiring diagram

I have 93 nissan 240sx se and the hydraulic motor for the convertible top is not working. Any suggestions or wiring diagrams would be extremely helpful.

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Did it work before? Are you aware that the pump in the trunk has a off and on switch, that could have been moved? Plus there are hydraulic arms that raise the top on each side of the car (Cylinder looking things those could be broken also? No wiring diagram sorry.

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