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  1. Wow and Thank You Padgett. I may have to close this thread due to something out of my control.... I will write you a PM to explain Nic
  2. Wow Y-JonFan.....Thank you as well - you might have brought something up. The rear bow has always been very difficult/hard to engage - that is the pins in the bow with whatever is in the "top cover" or receivers that engage. I always have heard something like a solid click. However at some point within the last couple of years I do remember seeing a small amount of daylight in the right inside corner part of the bow seal/gasket after raising the top. I lowered and re raised the top and did not see it again. I will definitely take another look at this as well - that is again raise and lo
  3. Thanks for the suggestion 28 Chrysler . will take your advice
  4. Thanks Padgett - we have had that type of weather-rain conditions here as well, but I think afterwards the leaks / "pooling" happened...
  5. Thank you both Gentlemen........Barney, I am fairly sure I understood your explanation on the channel drain running down to the tube......I took an air gun and blew (about 90-100 lbs.) into the tube where the tube disappears or exits the trunk, and with the action I did not feel any back pressure/resistance. It seemed/sounded that the air was escaping or exiting............somewhere. However I could not locate where the drain/s in front of the rear wheel exit the cars wheel well ? Barney could you provide a general/approximate area or what to look for please? And Thanks Padget -
  6. I posted the below on the Journal and had some views, but no help and or suggestions - can anyone here offer any please? Thanks, Nic When it poured heavily not to long ago the carpet behind the seats was soaked - actually somewhat standing water ! I wrote Barney and he described/suggested dropping the top, locating the 2 drain channels on both sides and blowing them out with a compressor. I had no problem finding the channels and the drains at the end of the channels but when blowing they seemed clear or open. I have dried the carpet/s well and
  7. Hi Folks ! I post the below on the Journal and had some views, but no other suggestions - can anyone here offer any please? Thanks, Nic When it poured heavily not to long ago the carpet behind the seats was soaked - actually somewhat standing water ! I wrote Barney and he described/suggested dropping the top, locating the 2 drain channels on both sides and blowing them out with a compressor. I had no problem finding the channels and the drains at the end of the channels but when blowing they seemed clear or open. I have dried the
  8. Hmmmm....Padgett - In your link - not sure what you mean Sir......... is the little silver thingie at the bottom of the volt meter and or plug an on - off switch or just a electrical contact? And if so will it fit the glove box dimensions please? If so I will buy.
  9. Only one GM dealer near me or on this side of town - I called and fellow didn't even know the car and then when explained he told me to old.....:) . I am going to try another dealer. But I knew nothing about resistance codes....I will copy/print and carry with me... Thanks all.... and Mr. Padgett
  10. Barney, I found this one on Amazon which looks effective and nice, But it "sadly" does not give dimensions. It gives package dimensions of 6.2 inches.....soooo 6" or a little less maybe ??? How wide is yours please? I actually think I asked you about this before (when you originally posted), and may have bought one like yours from Wal Mart...But don't know what I did with it if I did ??? YANTU 3 Socket Cigarette Lighter Splitter 120W 3.1A Dual USB Cigarret Lighter Power Adapter with Voltage Display - 12V DC Outlet Car Charger for Mobile D
  11. How about the under bumper or cowl panels........
  12. Thanks to both of you....Barney and Padgett.... I am now only missing duplicate sets for the 91 roadster and the 90 coupe......Th simplest/easiest resolution will be the GM dealer.....Thanks again Nic
  13. Roadster90

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    Good Morning Folks ! I have never lost a key to an automobile before.....But nothing is more constant than change - sadly in this case I have lost - misplaced the extra keys to two of the Reatta (actually both sets of keys to the 90 coupe, but after a week I heard something clicking around in the washer and have found one of the sets...those keys and fob are currently in a bowl of rice to dry out). Being that they or the ignition key has an electronic do dodday on the leg of the key how do I go about getting a replacement while keeping the "combination" o
  14. What are they going for now days Barney....generally and especially the gray ones please?
  15. I posted looking for a near mint gearshift console cover for my 1990 Select Sixty about a year ago and did not receive any replies. Still in need. I left something with some detrimental plastic substance on the cover right where the coin slots are located and it was damaged - kind of melted. Not broken but sure would like to find a nice one.....fingers are crossed
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