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Re: when I try to roll the power windows up or down the...
Yes, It would be. You might be able to take the Switches out and Clean them up But, There is no Guarantee that they will work. You may need to Replace them with new ones. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
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something is stopping it movement thinks there is somthing it in the way and will go back down. same on the down. there is a control switch in the motor at fault. its more easyer just to change the motor to fix it as the motor has to come apart to get to the switch.
Is the car a convertible? If so the window controls operate through the convertible top computer. By ignition switch module are you talking about the part under the lock cylinder? They do fail a lot. What do you mean by the relays are intact? Have you checked for power at each fuse with the key on?
Used ignition switches are just as likely to be junk as the one you are replacing. Check for power at both sides of the each fuse for each affected circuit. IF the car has an ignition lock relay swap it, and make sure the it has power, ground, and is being turned on by the key. I can't remember if it is under the dash or hood, or if it even has one.
I'm not positive on Saab, but I know this works for Audi and it's worth a try:
Roll the window down. Then close it as you did, holding the button. Once the window is closed, release the button and then quickly tap it in the same direction. That may be all you have to do. It works for Audi and BMW so it's at least worth a try.
You definitely have a wiring problem. Fuses are blowing because DC (direct current) power is being short circuited by touching a grounded surface area or a negative wire. If its affecting two interior car functions while on the same fuse circuit, then check where the wires from both functions could or would intersect. In your case the windows roll down and the interior lights come on....they could intersect somewhere near the front door jamb or farther forward towards the fuse panel.