Try Micro Switches that Kill / Cut / Interrupt the Roof Hydraulic Pump Power (Via a Relay), only when the Back Windows are right UP at the top, not whole system when up, not interrupt until right down !!
HTH, Cheers Dave
I'm going to give this a try. The switch will have to be mounted below the body-line and hidden. I'll then have to fabricate a right-angle bracket which would be attached to and protrude away from the lower
edge of a rear window. (This is the arm that activates the switch mechanism) Then, when that window is fully raised, the power is cut to the pump that raises the roof section. That power feed can be obtained from the main control switch between the seats. Is that correct? I've found this switch https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/D2HW-BL23...YAAOSwzsNci5bZ
Does it look to be suitable? It's rated at 2 amp, so would I need to use a relay? What current is drawn through the main control switch when it's used to control the roof? Doesn't that run through a relay, too, and therefore would be low-current?
Just a little discussion needed about the (hoped-for) final outcome : This SHOULD work To alleviate the danger of the rears being still up and then an attempt being made, via the main roof control switch, to raise the roof ..... fine ... Now we have the other action where the roof is to be lowered
Well the rears are up and hence there is no power to the roof-pump. Now hopefully, when the main roof control button is pressed, the normal sequence starts and the rears commence to be lowered, That will, of course, restore power to the roof-pump and the roof can be fully lowered. Eureka!
I've got a feeling that I am
going to perfect this, after all! Well, I can dream, can't I?