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Aston Martin Db 7: I have a 01. DB7".

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I have a 01. DB7". One of the hoses for the hydrolic pump for the top is leaking. I need to top up the fluid. Where do I access the pump to top off? Also what is the function of the lever on the right side of pump? There is a nut on top of pump that does not want to loosen and I don't want to apply too much pressure. Is it a left or right turn nut? There is fluid in the plastic container at the front of pump,but top is reluctant to close . A lever on right is fully closed. Does it need to be slightly open ?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Car
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Not sure what info you need. The hydrolic pump in the trunk operates the roof and I need to top up with fluid. Can not seem to loosen nut on top of pump but this seems to be the access point . Also there is a lever on the right hand side that is fully closed but it would appear that this lever would allow fluid to flow so that the roof can deploy . Was this inadverdantly closed thus preventing the top from operating?
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