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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is the wiring good going to the O2 sensors? Maybe just look the car over and see if you have any bad grounds. They can do weird things. Could be a bad ICU.
Posted on Jan 22, 2012
Memory not set.
Raise window and keep holding switch down for 5 seconds to set memory.
Do same for down.
Try it and see if up stop memory set.
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
SOURCE: convertible top won't close
If you look int he holes where the latch goes into, you'll see a little switch. This is not telling the car that the top is closed. You could try to "gently" pry the little arm up, or move the switch a bit (don't force it). You'll most likely find the right position for it, and it will close. Also check the pin for the motor arm. Face the trunk, open, you'll see the top boot. Peel back the weather strip in the top right of the trunk opening, and that will allow the boot to be peeled down. You'll immediately see a golden colored rod with some joints. There is a pin that falls out occasionally, that needs to be tapped back in, or replaced. If the pin is still in the rod, remember the orientation. The pin is tapered. This part is often overlooked, and causes a lot of expenses for troubleshooting.
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
SOURCE: Convertible Top "Sensor"??
I'm sorry, the message I got was to clarify my problem, and the problem was this: The power top on my 2008 TT Roadster would neither go up nor down via electronic control, and the emergency remedy, a.k.a. release the pressure on the pistons via wild goose chase through a hole in the driver's side deep in the trunk. REMEDY:
I took the car to the dealership and they replaced the "convertible top flap motors". The top works, but they laughed when I asked for an emergency pair, even though the service manager told me that the emergency piston release remedy recommended in the manual was pretty much useless. I must say that aside from my bitter words about the problem, and my consternation, there are few things that are as relaxing as a cruise around the Croton Reservoir system with the top down.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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