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THE CONVERTIBLE TOP FRAME WORK NEEDS LUBRICATION USING PENETRATING OIL AND THE FRAME WORK NEED ADJUSTMENT.SOUND LIKE ITS BINDING.DISCONNECT HYDRALIC CYLINDERS FROM THE TOP FRAMEWORK AND OPERATE TOP BY HAND.TOP SHOULD GO UP AND DOWN SMOOTHLY WITHOUT RESISTANCE.IF SO FRAME WORK WILL NEED ADJUSTING.
Well you could look on ebay for a repair or shop manual for it, also please note that it was made and sold by suzuki as the sprint or spirit. so a suzuki manual would cover most of it. the engines were different, the GEO had a 3 cylinder while the suzuki had a 4 cylinder. i had the suzuki model back in the late 90s, it got over 40MPG. the convertible is the only car which had a crash rating so bad that you were better off getting hit as a pedestrian than getting hit while sitting inside the thing.
The Suzuki Swift is the same car as the Geo Metro and Pontiac Firefly.
Anything is possible if you throw enough money at it.
The first step is to buy a convertible for a parts donor car.
Then you will pay a body shop 6-8 thousand dollars to convert your car.
In the end, you will have spent enough to buy 3 or 4 convertibles.