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Thank you all so much for your help in that previous one! I’m still finding some new things out about how the car was treated by its previous owners and I hope to get her to 100% soon. The transmission in this cab is now shifting like the coupe (also was a rescue) which is good. Now that the weather is no longer miserable, I swapped the daily 451 for the 450 cab again. So, some minor issue with the roof is that it seems to struggle fully closing through the first stage. The tracks are extremely dry, so I’m going to lube those (the proper way). But first I want to trash the current side rails. They’re in bad shape with torn seals and multiplying rust. The bigger issue is that I cannot get the second stage to drop. The roof makes it all the way back to the second stage, but it just won’t drop. I can hear the motor attempt to do it, but no movement. I’m not familiar with the cabrio mechanisms. Is there a lock or something that keeps the second stage from dropping? If I locate the crank and where to stick it, should I be able to manually work it down? I’ve read a couple threads on here where somehow that ended being the solution...lube then cycling the roof a few times (with manual cranking to assist) to spread it around.
HoMsEy posted a topic in Operation and Maintenance: 450 Model, 2005-2006, dieselHi all, Thought I'd start this thread since most of the rear window threads I've found are about shops in GTA or vancouver. So I've been driving with a big hole in my rear window for almost a year now. I just couldn't bring myself to pay the 1000$ to repair it, which is the price I got from everyone I called. Until the other day, when I was stuck in traffic, a guy comes up to my window and gives me his card and tells me to call him tomorrow to fix my window. Quotes me 350$ to replace it. Best price I've gotten locally so far. Now I haven't repaired it yet, since I have to leave my car there for the day, so I can't comment on the quality. But I did visit the shop and it seemed like good work was being done there. I hope this helps out some people in the montreal area cause I know I had a time finding someone. Here's the shop info: Automobilia - 1242 Boulevard Marcel-Laurin, Saint-Laurent, QC H4R
From the article: The countdown has started for the new fortwo cabrio, a particularly iconic variant of the new model series. The open-top two- seater will have its world premiere in September at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt. The new smart cabrio will launch in the United States in early summer of 2016. Photos and article - 2016 Smart Fortwo Cabrio – Official .