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My SSR was in the body shop all week for the toneau lifting high on the right and low on the left. It is also getting rub marks and scuffs on the right side of the roof where the wire loops scratch the top. I told them about the looping of the wires here on the forum and also, left them my Helm manuals to use as a reference. There was also an 02 Sensor problem that was to be done at the service dept. They never got to that one so they are doing that one today. Had to give back the rental car and pool it today. They said they could not fix the roof problem and tried in vain to solve it so they sent the info. to GM for further study. I just hope they study it quickly before my SSR goes out of warranty. This roof thing is just been the problem that would not die! Is there a solution? :confused
 

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How is your hydraulic fluid levels holding.....not to bring up another bad subject....
 

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They are holding up this time and they said they could not find any leaks anywhere. Guess I need to give FREEZER a buzz and see if he has any ideas on how to fix the problem. These curved rub marks/scratches are different than before the hood latches were replaced. I think they clearly need to get those wires looped properly to solve the problem.
 

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Here is the update on what I thought was the 02 Sensor. It was not that at all. I was driving along and then, blah, engine sounded like it quit. Stepped on gas, and little or no go. Emission control light stayed on for a few hours, then problem and light went away.
Cause: OBD SYS test codes P0740, P0753, P0758, P0785, P2761 All Trans codes. Found Ign O Fuse not making complete contact in the fuse box, Adjust connector.
N6620 Wiring and/or connector Power and grounds
Distribution Repair or replace
30 W
FC: 6N Part#: Count: 0

Would you believe all that grief from a loose fuse! Yikes. The top is a never ending saga, but I plan on fixing that myself. Thanks Freezer. They looped the wires incorrectly when they replaced the hinges. I saw one of them pinched and that disrupted the flow, hence the top came up high on one side and scuffed the roof.
 
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