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2006 Mustang Convertiable Issue

billseessbillseess Posts: 1
edited September 2017 in Ford
My Mustang top goes up and down, but unevenly--left side is slower than the right and I have to pull a little harder to latch the roof. Any ideas?
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  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,490
    Needs to be diagnosed of course but chances are you either have a bad lift cylinder on one side or a broken "tension rod", which helps not with lifting but alignment at the top goes up and down.

    So just replacing one lift cylinder may not fix the problem--it would only be a guess. I suppose if you were handy and patient you could swap the cylinders left and right but that's not all that easy to do, as hydraulic lines are involved as well.
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