My convertible top is stuck half way. I don’t know what to do. The up or down button is not working. No movement at all. Can not get the trunk open. Any ideas?
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Always check fuses first. When something like this top stops working, ti's often due to a fuse blowing.
After that, I'd suggest that your first stop is either a dealer or a really good convertible top place. Unfortunately dealers may not all be very familiar with this vehicle.
He was right that they haven't supported the CrossCab as they should have. They abandoned the model and have only met their legal obligations to provide parts.The Nissan mechanic told me Nissan won’t stand by their products. Get rid of it and buy a REAL car. He also said the Cross Cabriolet has a snowmobile transmission that can’t be fixed when it fails. I have sent many messages to Nissan, and he was right. They responded, but had no ideas on fixing any issues. So I will be off to a custom body shop that builds and modifys and see what they can do with her.
You can check the recall status via this link:I'm really late to the game, but last week my top got stuck like the picture above. I had it towed to Nissan and they are quoting me, 10K-15K to fix it. Mine is a 2014 and I found a recall notice on it from that year but since I bought mine used, I don't know if it was fixed or not. I also had to have my transmission replaced about a year ago, but luckily we bought an extended warranty on it and it was covered. The new extended warranty I purchased won't cover the convertible top because it had 112,000 miles on it when I purchased it this past August. Has anyone had any luck finding anyone to fix this thing? I mean what good is a convertible that won't convert.