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If my limited skills and advice here don't prove adequate to sorting my roof I'm thinking of trying AMP Electronics in Hertford. They are close to me and claim "we are also specialists in electrical and mechanical faults on convertible roofs, both fabric and hard top". The small number of reviews I can find are positive.
Does anyone have any experience with them?
 

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For various reasons I didn't get the car into AMP for a couple of months. They say they opened and closed the roof half a dozen times but couldn't reproduce the issue. Apparently there weren't any stored fault codes, which they say is not unusual with roof issues. They say they also inspected all the hydraulics, cables, etc. and didn't find anything amiss. They did find a loose rubber stop, which might conceivably have caught in the mechanism, but no sign of where it came from.
For this they charged me precisely nothing, which was a pleasant surprise. As they haven't fixed anything it's hard to judge their ability, but they come across as very helpful and I have no reason to doubt their technical ability.
 

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My air con died and my local garage said a regas didn't fix it and the compressor wasn't running. They said it needed to go to an auto electrician to determine the root cause and recommended AMP, so I was back to AMP. They diagnosed a faulty clutch on the compressor. I didn't even know compressors had clutches. An aftermarket compressor was installed and the air con is now working well.
Coincidentally the air con on my Ford also stopped, so that was a 3rd visit to AMP. They said the gas pressure was very low and a fuse had blown, so they regassed it and replaced the fuse. So far I'm still pretty happy with AMP.
 
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