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My 1994 convertible seem to work sometime

It unlatch, but the the hood seem to work once in a while.
How do i fix this and can i put down the convertible manually? Will this hurt the car or it electrial system?

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It is pretty easy. If you email me ill give you my phone # and I can describle it better.

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