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automatic convertable top


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I've recently read and subsequently tested out the "one touch" feature of the convertible top. Speeds above 10MPH and below 30MPH (I believe??), the convertible top will open/close with a quick tap of the button. Drop below the minimum level, and "BEEP", you get a warning on the dash indicating your top hasn't finished opening/closing, and you're stuck holding the button down until the top comes to its final resting place.

Now, I can totally understand and appreciate the need to limit the convertible action for speeds above 30MPH, but am I the only one left scratching their head wondering why the automatic opening/closing ceases once you drop below a certain speed?

Time to find that work-around ...

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At >10mph doors lock preventing occupant to exit and get head jammed by the top. 

makes sense, who knows...

I take it automatic door locking on drive off is something the dealer can program.. is there a "list" floating around somewhere of all of the options you can have set?

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Door locks are a PST2 programable feautre. There are 3 modes. All are in the manual as are other features you can have. (oops....I just re-read that and it sounds a bit condescending....my apologies in advance if it does...no intent).

I found that when I read my manual cover to cover I kept saying....."hey, my car doesn't do that" and off to the dealer I went. Normally they would charge for these but since I have just bought the car they did it gratis.

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