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For some reason, perhaps extreme heat, the factory glue that normally adheres the convertible top to the roof guides has broken-down and the top has separated and is capable of flapping around. Not ideal. Is there a recommended glue - strong enough to reattach more permanently without soaking through the fabric? A 3m product maybe?
 

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For some reason, perhaps extreme heat, the factory glue that normally adheres the convertible top to the roof guides has broken-down and the top has separated and is capable of flapping around. Not ideal. Is there a recommended glue - strong enough to reattach more permanently without soaking through the fabric? A 3m product maybe?
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For some reason, perhaps extreme heat, the factory glue that normally adheres the convertible top to the roof guides has broken-down and the top has separated and is capable of flapping around. Not ideal. Is there a recommended glue - strong enough to reattach more permanently without soaking through the fabric? A 3m product maybe?
Were you able to resolve this issue? We are having the same issue.
 

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Were you able to resolve this issue? We are having the same issue.
Hey, powderpuff, were you able to find a solution for your top? My 2013 500c with a black top has had exactly this problem since last summer and I need to get it fixed. I tried taking it to my dealership/studio and the idiots told me the only thing they can do is replace the entire to the tune of $4000. Ridiculous. And clearly not the case. I can clearly see where the glue has come off the rail. The top isn’t compromised nor does it leak. Hoping you found an easy DIY fix, or can tell me how much it was to fix at a convertible shop
 

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Did you find a good solution? Mine is doing the same thing. When retracted, the roof material isn't accordioned...it's one big flap of fabric flapping in the wind. The glue that holds it to the rails is not adhered anymore. Need to repair it now, but don't want to take it to a shop and have them charge me some stupid amount for a simple task. Thanks!
 
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