Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1999 11:48:26 -0500
From: djpark7nopsamail.com (Dennis Park)
Subject: Re: 9-3 SE window not always responding to switch


Thanks Ken, As always you've always been a great help. Upon opening the switch, several HUGE dust balls fell into my lap. There was excessive gunk and the contact were corroded. After cleaning and scraping the contacts, the window works as good as new. Dennis In article <3770798F.60C9nopsamnk.com>, kenwashnopsamnk.com wrote: <>< Dennis, <>< <>< I have an 87 9000S 5 spd too. The problem is more with the switch. If <>< you notice the switches are getting sluggish, it is time to clean them. <>< The other day I wanted to go get a hair cut. The front passenger side <>< came down, but would not go up. I got a small can of WD-40, pulled the <>< switches from the console, held the switch outside and gave it a good <>< cleaning with the WD-40. I wiped off the excess, put it all back <>< together and the window works fine. I had to do the same to the driver's <>< side last year....Good luck. <>< <>< Ken Washington <>< 87 9000S <>< 87 900S <>< 83 900T <>< <>< <>< <>< -----------== Posted via Newsfeeds.Com, Uncensored Usenet News ==---------- <>< http://www.newsfeeds.com The Largest Usenet Servers in the World! <>< ------== Over 73,000 Newsgroups - Including Dedicated Binaries Servers ==----- <>< SDG <><

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