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Trying to change spark plugs. 3 are visible. other are under a covering and don't know how to get the cover off. Also, on the convertible, something was bent and top will not go all the way down.

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Some of the covers have 1-2 bolts holding them down, normally 1 on each side, then there are some of the plastic covers that just pop straight up, and off, check yours for these suggestions. on the convertible top problem, raise up top slowly, and then check the areas of where it goe's back down to make sure nothing is restricting it from going all the way down. also check the metal arms that hold the top in position.

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