Yeah. You are probably right that it is a switch issue but the way we need to confirm this is to monitor the top positions with a scan tool while the top is moving but most people don't have a tool that can do that.
So let's start with checking for codes as if there is a chime then there is most likely a code that goes with that.
These codes will not turn the check engine light on so we are going to have to check them to find it. It should be a code that starts with a B.
Worst case, I suspect the top or top mechanism is warping and binding when it reaches this point.
Let us know if you have one and we can go from there. Thanks
Friday, April 9th, 2021 AT 6:26 PM