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    Hi to all I'm new to the forum!!!

    Just bought a 1998 c5 convertible and when I close the doors the window hits the convertible top right at the corners.
    It looks like it starting to tear the top.
    Can some one please tell me how to fix this problem???Plz
    Thank You all... This forum is great help
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    Welcome!

    I want to say there's an instruction guide for this task around the forum somewhere. Try searching through the Forum's C5 Knowledgebase. Good luck!

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    Nice find dadaroo, that goes back a lot of years but is still very pertinent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ramonte1961 View Post
    Hi to all I'm new to the forum!!!

    Just bought a 1998 c5 convertible and when I close the doors the window hits the convertible top right at the corners.
    It looks like it starting to tear the top.
    Can some one please tell me how to fix this problem???Plz
    Thank You all... This forum is great help
    Mine was doing the same thing,it need bow on top adjusted ,fixed mine and now works great. there is a picture on here top adjustment. just loosen lock nut and adjust turn buckle out a couple turns and then check.
    Thanks ramonte1961 thanked for this post

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