April 25, 2007im gonna ask my dad if i can borrow some more money and drop her off thanks for your help guys and when u get a chance check out my intake problem under engines shes a whyner!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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April 29, 2007Okey, I'm home now.
Will see if I can take pictures for you tomorrow
June 18, 2007Might be related to your problem your having, but probably have it fixed by now. Gosh I hate being late on post Sorry no pictures, but it does tell me that it only takes 0.3 hours to fix. Which is only like 18 minutes to a Ford Technician for every 0.1 is 6 minutes.
The convertible top boot may fit improperly or be difficult to install on some vehicles due to the top not folding down all the way into the well.
Perform preliminary checks to insure the problem is not due to the boot, which may include a broken or soft retainer clip, or an additional crease in cover material due to incorrect folding by the customer. If there are no noticeable problems with the boot, check to see if the convertible top is interfering with boot installation by having excessive contact with the boot. If the convertible top is interfering with boot installation, refer to the following Service Procedure for adjustment.
With top in the fully downstacked position, check to see if adjustment is needed to the driver side, passenger side, or both and determine the amount of adjustment needed for the top to avoid excessive contact with the boot.
Cycle top to closed position for easiest access to main pivot bracket and downstop bolt.
Adjust downstop bolt clockwise with a 13mm deep well socket to lower the convertible top downstack height.
NOTE: TYPICALLY ONE TO TWO TURNS WILL BE SUFFICIENT ADJUSTMENT.
Return the top to the fully downstacked position.
Re-evaluate downstack height and decide if more adjustment is necessary.