Silly question. Just bought the car and cannot figure how to lower the convertible top. Any amswers? Thanks, Michael

Asked by Mar 16, 2007 at 01:14 AM about the 1990 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Just bought my 1990 Corvette Convertible.
Love the car, but it is time to put the top down and I cannot figure it out.
I have released the latch on the top by the front windeshiel, but then what?
Any help would be wonderful.

2 Answers

Under the boot behind the drivers side is a button and also on the outside door jamb of each door is a button. Push any of them and it will release the boot locking mechanism. also in the center under the boot is a lever attached to 3 cables. pull on this lever and it will unhook the pins that lock your soft top into the boot. Hope this helps! tigersauceman@yahoo,com

That answer helped me with my ,Just bought,1994 Vette

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