Date: 15 Oct 2004 09:45:22 -0700
From: fristnospamt.edu (R. Frist)
Subject: Re: how to


"fixitmyself" <liennospambottle.com> wrote in message news:<a60849e26649a87a0a63b939bd2e7ccdnospamlhost.talkaboutautos.com>... > > 2. i rolled down the window on the driver side in the back today and when > i tried to roll it back up, it wouldn't go up and so now my car is packed > outside with the window down. > > 4. my son broken the plastic casing of the light on the back door on the > driver side... i also need a used part for that ... i think i can manage > to fix the last 2 problems by myself... just need to know where i should > go. > I will try to help with two of your problems. There may be others in the group that have experience with the others. 2. Most often corroded contacts in the switchbox is the cause of a window failure. It is relatively easy to disassemble the box an polish the contacts. Search under my name (Frist) in this group and open "Re: Window Switch Problem" for details. 4. Twice I have had to replace a rear door light lens in a 9000. They are at just the right height so that if you have a something loose like an umbrella on the back seat (or a son) it will smash into it when you make a hard turn. If by plastic casing you mean the lens, they come up on Ebay periodically. Search under "Saab 9000 light." Tell your husband to ease up on punching buttons.

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