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Re: Megane Convertible Roof Hydraulics
Thanks for the reply. It is coming out under pressure. It has lost about 100ml in about two to three weeks - which sounds a lot but the roof has been up and down loads of times. I would go to a local garage but I am a little concerned about letting anyone loose on it that hasn't worked on roof hydraulics before. I believe, unless you know exactly what you are doing, that you can have all sorts of problems if you stop the roof half way through it's cycle or the ignition is switched of etc. I did ask the bloke who normally works on my cars but he said it was a bit specialised for him.
Currently in Barrie H's garage:
Megane Cabriolet 2001