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If it has a four cylinder engine and it is an automatic, stay away from it. They used a variable "non-shifting" transmission in four cylinder models into 2005. They are known to fail and in most cases will stop moving altogether. If you don't feel it shifting while you are test driving, this is actually normal for that type of transmission.
If it is a V6 then there might be other issues not related to the transmission.
What'd you do rank yourself a guru? Cause you sure don't KNOW what you're talking about.
Honda V6 3.5 engine is in the 2004-2007 Saturn Vues with 6 cylinder engines. It is the ONLY V6 offered. The old version was from Opel.
The trans dip stick is on the right side of the engine while the oil stick is front left.
Chech the master switch, You will have to pry it out or remove the door panel to get to it. Check for corrosion on the black wire, This is the ground wire. I have a 1997 GMC Jimmy and had the same problem. I cleaned the black ground wire and reconnected it and it started working for about 2 years and then had to do the same thing again. GM has had a real problem with window switches. I have a 98 Pont. Transport. The same thing happened to it. If this is not the problem, I would go to a auto electrical shop and they can put a test meter on it for you to see if power is going out.
If you have a multimeter, You can also put one lead on the ground wire and another on one of the other switch wires and see if 12 volts shows on the meter when you toggle the switch. If no power going out then the switch may be bad.