Question about 2000 Saab 9-3 Viggen
My driver side window, just went out two daya ago, i was driving rolled it down, i heard the motor go, but the glass just fell half way then tilted, im glad it did not break, i was able to pull it up with my hands and then roll it back to hold in place, im not sure what happened? i can hold the glass and roll it, all i hear is the motor go up and down! well today im driving again try roll, driver side window down, it makes hard cracking noise, window glass tilts sounds like it just falls off the motor or something, mean while the motor just goes down, leaving my window half way down tilted, im glad this one did not break either! im not sure what the deal is or how to fix it, this cars been nothing but trouble since i got it. how do i fix it, how much can it cost to fix it, could i just remove the door panel and check it out my self maybe tight up some screws or something? please help! thank you
A car I owned the left rear window did that. I could pull it up by taking a hold of it while another person held the switch. They told me the problem was the track was made out of plastic and it had broken. They had to replace the track. Yes it was expensive to repair but is ok now.
Posted on Mar 10, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: OUtboard motor tilt not working
There should be a hydraulic bypass valve screw on the tilt assembly. Usually a large slotted screw driver is needed to loosen the valve. The motor can now be lifted manually, but not with ease.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
Stop! Dont replace the pump...I would bet that it is the "down" Solenoid that went haywire. I would begin by replacing the Down solenoid...it is a far easier and cheaper fix and if your pump works to raise the engine then that tells me that it is not faulty. The Down solenoid looks just like a starter solenoid and the one that you are looking to replace has a GREEN wire to it. Yellow with a red stripe is for the starter. Blue wire is the up solenoid. So replace the one with the green wire going to it and I bet it will fix your problem.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Problem might be;
1.Loose adjustments for the window.
Remove the door panel, readjust adjustments, tighten these bolts.
2.Bad, worn, or non-existent rollers.
Replace rollers, lube the tracks sparingly, re-adjust the adjustments.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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