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How do you add fluid to 1967 pontiac LeMans convertible top motor pump. Top will not go down but I can hear the motor running and can see bubbles moving in the tubes.

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You've got air in the hydraulic system, it needs to be bled. the fluid inside will not pressurize with air inside the lines.

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  • Remove the reservoir plug on the motor pump. Leave the plug out and do not put back until you have finished.
  • Fill the reservoir 3/4 full with fluid (to the bottom of filler plug hole). Put a rag under the hole to catch overflow that will occur as system fills.
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  • Remove the reservoir plug on the motor pump. Leave the plug out and do not put back until you have finished.
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