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ROLL bar malfuntion. Roll bars will not go down. Is there a reset button?

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This system is designed to release the roll bar from the actuating rams due to input from the axle(suspension travel) sensors in the rear of your vehicle. More than likely your roll bar system released the bar and it sprung upwards. You have to hold the roll bar switch in the up position until the rams travel up and lock back into the bar. Once they lock back in the system will be operational again.

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