07 spyder eclipse convertible top wont open.


Asked by Sep 07, 2015 at 05:09 PM about the 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have an 07 Spyder eclipse my convertible top is currently closed and will not
open when i push the open button it just beeps, ( the windows will not roll
down when i push open but do work with the window switch on the door ) it
also beeps when i drive as if the top is not closed all the way ? Ive tried
pushing the close button thinking the top wasn't closed all the way but it just
beeps! Help any fixes??

7 Answers


Ive also tried disconnecting the battery but it did not help

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I have the same problem with mine and the rear window part of the top won't seal


Omg im having the same exact problem with mine ... any luck finding what the problem was?

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I was just faced with the same issue. I had the motor replace about a couple of years ago. My rear window is up about two inches, and won't close. The side windows operate fine.

This is exactly what I am dealing with, did you get yours fixed and if so how?

I have a o3 spyder eclipse top will not go down then the back hard part that lifts with hydrolics will not go into place.any ideas

Did anyone ever find a solution?

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