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  1. I've also learned a free fix. Turn the fuel pump nozzle upside down to fill it. I'm not sure how, but this works every time.
  2. Hey guys, I have top issues as well. I haven't checked for any codes, but my top (pump) has completely stopped working. Mine is also a 2000 cab. So I figure something busted. I just can't find it. I had a leak somewhere, and added fluid every couple of months, but it got worse, and there is no pressure. The clam shell opens & the top unlatches in front. And the windows roll down. After that I have to lower the top manually, and there is zero resistance. once lowered, the shell closes & all is well. To close it the same thing happens. no hydraulic resistance, and I can't find the leak. Any ideas?
  3. . Where are you getting tires with tread that's 1" deep? Sport tires usually have tread depths of 10/32" when new.
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