Question about Mazda MPV
Why not check the motors, see of they are getting current, fix them, the switches, or whatever else is wrong, and then raise the roof normally. Until the motors are fixed, you don't want to raise the roof. If you are not sure how it latches, then go to a local dealer and pretend you are interested in buying a new one. They will show you exactly how they latch down. But it is probably solenoids, and you can still probably operate them electrically even though you have disconnected the motors. That is unless the motors somehow pull the latches. But that should be apparent by by looking at the drive mechanism when you disconnected the motors.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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