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Old 08-23-2010, 02:04 PM   #1
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I'm having a problem with my top in my 94 mustang the person i bought it from detatched the lift cylinders so they could manually put the top down ... this was done because the cylinders leak.. i'm going to be replacing the cylinders soon, but i have a problem.. after pulling the rear seats and side panels i've noticed the previous owner unhooked all of the hardware associated with the lift cylinders... so what i'm wondering is does anyone have a picture of the lift cylinders hooked up or directions on how to reinstall the hardware
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I'm having a problem with my top in my 94 mustang the person i bought it from detatched the lift cylinders so they could manually put the top down ... this was done because the cylinders leak.. i'm going to be replacing the cylinders soon, but i have a problem.. after pulling the rear seats and side panels i've noticed the previous owner unhooked all of the hardware associated with the lift cylinders... so what i'm wondering is does anyone have a picture of the lift cylinders hooked up or directions on how to reinstall the hardware
I wish I did. Have you checked the Repair Manuel ? Sometimes they have convertible stuff. Yours is "young" enough the Library may have a few copies available. The Library here hasn't invested too much in cars 05+ yet.
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sadly the library here doesn't invest much in the automotive section and still has only 1970-1980 repair manuals shelfed.. nothing newer lol. I'm going to check the local autozone today but they have been sold out of the ford manuals for a few weeks. I might have to order one online or something
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I figured out how to hook the lift cylinders back up.. but theres these two arms with spherical bearings on one end that i can't figure out how to remount.. i see where they go but for the life of me i can't get them to go in the bracket on the bearing side and mount to the bracket on the other.. maybe they are bent?
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