Question about 1998 Saab 900
My convertible top on my 95 900SE has worked perfectly, until one day when the rear of it would not "cinch down." Nothing strange happened to it that I know of, and now the whole system is locked up. I had to manually raise the top and drive with the rear unlatched to get home. Nothing I've tried will get the rear motor (under the tonneau) to slide the latches open.
Is there any kind of "reset" sequence? I've checked all the connections I can see and the #5 fuse is good. The whole system seem like it just got out of sequence?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just went through HELL because my top would not go down! I did EVERY possible solution with NO AVAIL! So anyway, Im in the trunk and noticed a baggy sack hanging in the trunk.. So I figured it was for the roof.. Anyway the sack has 2 straps to hold it up for more room when the top is UP. So I said "I Wonder...." I released the straps and the bag hung again, and GUESS WHAT? Yea the roof works!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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