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Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 02:05:21 +0100
From: applescript.collectnopsamnet (ben gurion)
Subject: Re: Question About Stuck Window


Rick <wa33nopsammbia.edu> wrote: > (...)wonder if it is usally a mechanical problem in the window > assembly or an electical problem with the electric window motor. It's the motor most likely ... The Problem is, once it really _is_ stuck, you probably need a new one, cause there is little chance to get it back moving. If it does turn at least a little, try this: Unscrew one of the top screws holding the motor assembly to the regulator plate ( with my 88 900S it was even possible without removing the regulator, as there were holes in the door itself, but according to pictures in the Bentley manual, those holes might also be missing). Fill in a little oil (the hole goes right through into the little gearbox), and let the motor do a little work. If your lucky, after a while the oil gets to all the corroded and dry places, and things comes back to life ... (caveat: don't use "smelly" oil, unless you want a nice little garage scent in your saabo ..;) -- good luck... ben

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