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Plastic Window in the soft top

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I have noticed a problem while opening the soft top.

The plastic window does not fold itself the right way.

I have to interrupt the opening, leave the car and use my hand to bring the window in the right position, because without doing so I have the fear that the window could break.

After bringing the window in position manually I can open the soft top without any problems.

Do you have any solutions for this problem?

When I always have to fix the window manually, and step out of the car, then why does my car have an automatic soft top.

Thank you for your help.

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Turro, this is a very good question. The official Porsche answer is "Just let the plastic window fold the way it wants." When the weather is warm, >15C, I don't worry about how the window folds. When temperatures are lower, I make sure the window folds properly. This procedure is affecionately known as the "Boxster Chop". :)


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