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Your spring is hooked onto a cable to help ease the door down. It must have come loose. You'll have to open the door panel and panel under the dishwasher... and possibly have to pull the whole thing out to find the problem... only then can you tell if something is bent or broke.
The non rail roof panel is held in place with spring clips. The 1st time you take it down, it will be a very hard pull. Open the rear compartment ( that the inserts go into for sun glasses and the likes ) and pull on each corner, this will get the back clips off, and make it easier to pull down on the front.
go in from underneath with a long screwdriver and try to push the arm back that the cable is attached too ,sometimes its easier if an assistant pushes down on bonnet slightly to relieve the spring pressure
On my 2003 TDI New Beetle the head lights are a joke. There is a locking lever to pull in and up that pushes the head light assembly out for servicing. It would not move for me and I broke it off. Even the one on the passenger side would not work and I broke that one too. The up side to this is that once broken the head light assembly pulls out front with medium effort and can be serviced easily. The down side is a frontal collision will pop both lights out. By the way, to get the light assemblies reinstalled is hard. They have to side in perfectly to seal against water. If you are going to try, play with the passenger side first. Easier to see.
It sound like it i out of adjustment. I had this same thing occur n my car. Ask an assistant to pull the release lever inside the car all the way, then try to open the bonnet while they are pulling on the lever.
Your question is: Your daughter just purchased a new condo with an AquaLux whirlpool tub installed in the bathroom. The front side is removable for access to the mechanicals and is held in place on the lower side by velcro. When you pull the velcro loose the side begins to tilt up, but then stops as it hits the upper edge of the tub. You tried pulling down, but it appear to be held by something. You don't want to pull too hard and break something. Any ideas on how to remove it?
It has been my expirience that the top of these access panals are 'tongue and grove' type construction and are not connected to anything. Usually disconnecting the bottom and pulling the bottom out works. If you are concerned about breakage then it migt be wise to consider the Repair Directory to find a reparman. Or you could talk to the condo maintenance guy. You'll find these guys are a wealth of info.
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hi there the problem your experiencing is either a rocker arm came loose or a valve spring broke. which is causing the valve not to open thus giving you hesitation just pull the valve cover off and cranck up the engine and youll see the problem right away now if it is a loose rocker arm you can just tighten it up but if it is a broke valve spring (which i think it is ) it probably best to have a mechanic do it simply because when you take the retainer clips out the valve can be dropped into the cylinder and if that happens the head has to come off now if you want to do it yourself just write me back and ill give step by step instructions
There seems to be a loose connection somewhere in the controller circuitry. I would suggest to visually inspect the solder connections on that controller board using a magnifier aid between 2X to 4X.