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Roof on my megane not going down saying consult roof handbook what can the problem be

My roof not going down on my megane what can problem be

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SOURCE: renault megane cabriolet roof broken?????

just had the same problem with mine, here's what the problem was, the hydrolic fluid had gone bellow the min level indicator because of a slight leak to the ram, the reservoir is located in the back N/S boot. refill the the reservoir (Halfords do the hydrolic fluid for them) then you need to re-set the roof mecanism, after opening and closeing the back part of the car where the roof goes manually, and trying the switch a few times to reset the locking device with the micro switches, I managed to do it without spending too much cash. hope this helps anyone with roof trouble. -

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SOURCE: my roof on my megane wont go up or down

problem ,renault only ,touch it and it will need a new mechanism ,

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

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