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Thanks for the suggestions but this is information that I already have. I know the motor is jumping the cogs because the teeth are stripped. My problem is that if I am going to do the job I need to be able to release the psiton valve pressure so I can manually move the roof, and I need to be able to find the handle. I know it could be in one of several places but I cannot find it. The schematic is nice, but what I really need is the physcal diagram for this car. I think I can leave the elctrics up to a dealer with a tech 2 I as I said before. I definitlet need to replace the motor, or I may be able to get away with replacing the curved steel toothed plate. Either way I think I will make and fit a steel bracket so that the asembly can't twist in future, because this seems to be the root cause of the problem. So thanks for the answer but at the moment it is not what I am looking for. Neil
I haven't clicked 'pay' because in asking the wrong question, you were unable to answer me. I have already the GM tech notes, but they also do not seem to cover this model. As I said before, I am going to wait until there are several days without rain and then investigate so that I can ask the right question. It just will not stop ******y raining and I have nowhere to put the car under cover. Even if I could find the piston, I could release the pressure enough to close the roof, or open it further so that I could get at the mechanism. Best wishes. Neil