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Thread: Roof won't go down

  1. #11
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    Success 😄
    All functions working how I want them to. Exterior key, internal switches and remote.
    Big thanks to both of you.
    The roof has a little shimmy as it goes up but will worry about that later.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy View Post
    Success 😄
    All functions working how I want them to. Exterior key, internal switches and remote.
    Big thanks to both of you.
    The roof has a little shimmy as it goes up but will worry about that later.
    The shimmy could just be air in the system which will work its way out in time after a few cycles. Or it could be stiff hinges overly tightened at the pivot points. Or it could be bent hydraulic rams, let it bed in for a while and see if it improves.

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    That's what I was gonna do.
    Just pleased I can get it up and down !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy View Post
    Just pleased I can get it up
    Aren't we all at our age, just glad you are talking about the car

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    Well, worked out what the slight shimmy was today.
    The right hand ram is ever so lightly rubbing on a hinge bolt head when it operates..
    The countersunk bolt sits slightly proud in the plate, probably due to paint build up when the hinges were powder coated.
    Another snag on my growing list to tick !

    Buffy

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