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  1. GaryTaylor
    05-20-2014 03:57 PM
    GaryTaylor
    My private email is a9ggx@yahoo.co.uk

    Thanks

    Gary
  2. GaryTaylor
    05-20-2014 03:55 PM
    GaryTaylor
    You sent me a very informative email about my soft top problem, many thanks .
    I have contacted several soft top specialists, who say they cannot fix my roof. They have told me to get the problem diagnosed by a Bmw garage. I have already had the car checked by bmw and they said it would be trial and error until they find the fault. Unfortunately I cannot afford 75 per hour. I have already spent 200 at the bmw garage, only to be told it could be one of many faults. Can you advise, please ?
  3. uphguy
    04-04-2014 11:02 AM
    uphguy
    call me if you need help uphguy@yahoo.com
  4. waltbettis
    11-03-2013 08:13 PM
    waltbettis
    Dear Taylor192,
    Walt Bettis checking in with you and needing additional guidance on my cylinder bow tensioner cylinder hydraulic line removal process. I am clear back to the valve block and see the lines that need to be removed. Even was able to loosen the plate that the connections are fixed in to. I can't seem to get those 2 lines out of the block. How much pressure does it take to remove these connections from the block? In additions to shifting the plate, do I need to twist those connections to remove? I am having a bit of a tussle...I would appreciate your guidance! Thanks, walt

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