convertible top wont go up or down

Asked by Nov 07, 2015 at 04:02 PM about the 2009 Chrysler Sebring LX Convertible FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

latch in the trunk that controls the sensor for the hood to go up or down is broken

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If so then replace the broken part.

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They sell the latch at the dealer for 175.00 and you can pay someone to put it on. As long as that piece is broken the trunk will not open.

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2012 hard top convertible. The trunk opens but the roof will not unlatch to open and fold in the trunk. Been at a chrysler dealership for a week. They have replaced the computer module twice but that's not the problem. Can you please help

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I just replaced oil in my hydraulic system in my convertible now it seems to hesitate going back up it was doing fine for a month and now it's hesitating. What other problem could this be?

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my top wouldn't go up but it would close relay was bad works now

Where is the latch located in the trunk My message in the car says: top not secure and the top stay unlock Now it is not opening at all . Windows will lower for 3/4 and than stop. Trunk will open only with the keys

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