Ford Mustang Service Manual: Convertible Top Material

Convertible Top (Description and Operation)

 


 

Rear Window Glass Assembly


Rear Window Glass Assembly

The convertible top assembly is equipped with a rear window glass assembly. The rear window glass assembly is permanently attached to the folding top rear window curtain and cannot be opened. The rear window glass must be repaired separately.

Stay Pad

The stay pad is attached to the bows and is repaired as a component.

Hydraulic System

The convertible top hydraulic system is comprised of the lift cylinders, the motor, the connecting hydraulic lines and a convertible top switch. The hydraulic system, except for the convertible top switch, is removed as an assembly, but the components may be repaired separately.

Installation
Removal 1. Remove the rear defrost connectors if necessary. 2. Remove the nuts retaining the well sling and convertible top tacking strips. 3. Remove the three tacking strips. 4. Mark the ...

Removal
Removal 1. Remove the rear exterior trim mouldings. 2. Remove the clips 3. Remove the 13 Torx screws and the seal compression panel. 4. Remove the staples. 5. Remove the staples from the nu ...

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