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Re: convertable top won't work
Possible that a commutator brush has dis-lodged from its holder...try measuring resistance to motor.....should be low around 2-5 ohms but not zero and not infinity.....the latter a clue to brush problem...the motor, if brush dis-lodged can be repaired...a matter of dis-mounting it and inspecting brushes then pry on brush with strong needle point to re-mount it....
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If you get a click or tick sound, then that would suggest to me that your starter motor solenoid is working, but your starter motor itself is stuck or worn out. Check power to the starter motor when turning the ignition key to the crank position. If it is receiving power, then replace the motor.
is there a button on the dash to make it come up and down if not its either a cable problem or a motor problem but possibley just the remote key need replacing do you not have a spair key fob to try hope this helps ivan
You have to put hydraulic fluid (power steering fluid will work too) in the convertible top motor. The motor is in the trunk, on the left hand side, under a panel. Pull the panel off and that is the electric motor for the top. You'll see a reservoir where you put in the fluid. Put in the fluid and you'll be good to go.