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First, the trunk support struts have no impact on the roof action, so I'd leave the new ones in. Check the wiring running up the top linkages for evidence of damage that might have happened when installing the struts. There are sensors and switches that have sensitive wiring in vulnerable positions and it sometimes happens. This is a classic example of a problem that a compatible scanner would help diagnose. The Folding Top Controller tests the state of the switches and sensors each time the roof is activated before allowing it to move or complete a cycle. A scanner would lead you toward a problem by displaying any codes set by the controller. (A dealer would have a Tech II or there are compatible scanners quite reasonably available from eBay vendors.) I've attached a document that might help by giving an overview of what the roof system is looking for in operation, but of course it's written at the technician level and assumes you have the tools (scanner) necessary. Take a look and see what you think. Good luck. - Mark


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