Date: Sat, 16 Jul 2005 16:16:59 -0400
From: ma_twain <ma_twainnospamo.com>
Subject: Re: Psycho power window - a final (I hope) follow-up


Sleeker GT Phwoar wrote: > In article <t3fhd1t26vdnthe2k1uo7e59scq1sgme01nospamcom>, > richard.sherrattnospamINGHEREbrunsley.com.au says... > >>I asked for some advice in December 2003 under the subject "Power >>Window with a mind of its own wants to open by itself - 89 900 >>Aero/SPG" and received lots of useful advice from exorcism to cleaning >>the switch. I cleaned the switch (and swore at it a few times) and the >>problem went away for a while. A few months later we went into cooler >>weather when the window demon seems to hibernate and things were >>quiet until we got back into warm weather when the demon awoke again. >> >> > They aren't demons, they are trolls. > And in the warmer weather, if they don't get kept cool by Aircon, they > open the windows. > > Trust me on this, keeping the trolls busy on annoying little niggles is > a good thing. Otherwise, with idle hands, they may find something bigger > to annoy you with. > > Seriously though, glad you got it sorted. > Saab 900 windows can be a PITA, but when they work, they are fantastic. > I had a C900 with manual windows - I wish I could get manuals windows today. No issues with switches, relays, wires etc. I got really strange looks when a passenger was trying to lower the window. They could not find the switch and when I pointed out the window crank . . .

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