For Those Who Have Squeaky Stowed Tops: OPEN THIS

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Re: For Those Who Have Squeaky Stowed Tops: OPEN THIS

Post by BPM-Z4R » Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:34 am

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Have people removed the part circled as well as the moving latch part from the roof? Does the red light on the roof button not flash thinking the roof hasn't fully opened?
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For Those Who Have Squeaky Stowed Tops: OPEN THIS

Post by rpmdsyy » Sun Jul 22, 2018 1:12 am

My stowed convertible top squeaked really chirped.
1 year ago spent $375 to wrap in foam and was a waste.
Today spent another $600 to replace latch. See photos where the top latch was being rubbed. Metal exposed and slightly gouged. Assume and hope it will resolve issue
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Convertible top latch. See metal area which is not on the other side
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Metal exposed and gouged compared to other side.
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Metal exposed and gouged compared to other side
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