Date: Wed, 06 Aug 2003 01:18:45 -0400
From: fristnopsamt.edu (Ramsey Frist)
Subject: Re: Window Switch Problem


In article <bmfXa.25908$pK2.40547nopsam.indigo.ie>, <nopsamt.ie> wrote: > The window switch for the rear drivers side window has become faulty .It > swiches only one way (open). > Is the switch located in the central console or the door .? > Is it a simple job to replace it and is the replacement unit for one or all > of the windows ? > My pride and joy is a 9000CS 1994 82000k > Any advice gratefully appreciated. > > -- > PeterC Chris is probably correct. A few years ago I was talked into having the console switchbox replaced in my 94 9000 at a Saab dealership. After paying a small fortune I discovered how easy it was to disassemble the old box and polish the contacts. Just be sure to take it apart over a table so you don't lose any parts. I now have a spare switchbox. Good luck, R. Frist P.S., To remove the switchbox it helps to slip a thin putty knife between the back of the box and the surrounding console while pushing up on the box with a finger. You should be able to barely reach the bottom of the box from the hand brake handle opening.

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