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I am working on a 66 Continental. I overfilled the hydrolic fluid for the top.

(1990 Lincoln Continental)
in Dallas, OR on January 10, 2014
How do I drain some fluid when the top and trunk are down and froze shut? I had it working , now it wont open at all.
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of G. T. Service Center on January 10, 2014
Go read the other answer you put on another post, Mr Knowledge.
on January 10, 2014
When ur saying "frozen" r u referring to ice frozen, rusted frozen or theunit has just quit and I cant figure out
How to open it back up? Ice frozen just bring it inside your shop. Rusted or stuck shut - good luck..... I think
you have your work cut out for you.
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