Q: Convertible stop not closing.

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My convertible top won't close.

Hi. The system for the convertible top has a motor which requires power. The electrical circuits must be checked as well as the motor for faults. Have a technician check for binding in the convertible top assembly and check for hydraulic leaks if applicable. Also, the mechanic can inspect for possible failing electrical components that are hindering the ability to close the top.

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