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    1971 dodge challenger
    2000 c4 cabriolet
    2012 tahoe Z71

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  1. Thank you for your input guys, after seeing what i can do myself etc. I was gearing up to have it inspected, when i noticed the plastic window split from the fabric. This lit a fire under my but as its my daily dricer and cant let it get wet inside. My local specialist got the oppurtunity to do a service on it recently (i perform them myself usually) i had him diagnose the top turns out everything is in working order all sensors and hydraulics are good andnall it needs is a clamshell motor (timing out) sadly it wont be fixed anytime soon as i cant currently afford $3500 for a new soft to
  2. I have an appointment with local indy to diagnose the top, we shall see in the next week or so. But now its a race as the plastic back window separated saturday, so it needs a new top, after calling around and finding out the cost of a top replacement, looks like i will possibly be manually having the top lowered, and purchasing a hardtop. Until i can budget $3,300 for a new soft top. Anyone have a hardtop lying around for sale, i got cash lol
  3. Hello everyone. I apologize for the long post but being a former us domestic mechanic details are key, to specifying the issue. I purchased a 2000 c4 cab in january 2018, the selling dealer had the vehicle for quite a long time before i purchased it. I did get a great deal on it but thats another story only paid $12,500 usd with a clean mechanical bill of health from a local indy specialist. Sometime in the 10-11 months the dealer had the car the top quit working, they had pictures with the top up and down, however, in my entire ownership it has never functioned. I had a harley at the time
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