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When I try to roll the power windows up or down the fuse blows

Would this be caused by coffee spilled on the console area. 1984 saab.

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  • imagusa Feb 07, 2009

    Thank you very much, less worry now...I just bought this car, ( which my husband loves) and I am still adjusting to it...

  • imagusa Feb 08, 2009

    I am back again, I just found out last night the heater of my 84 saab 900s is only blowing cold air...I am unsure why, (not mechanically inclined in any way) any ideas what I need to do resolve this? And any comments about my new saab? my husband is in love with the car, and I know nothing about it....thank you :)

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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!

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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    Travis Humphries Feb 07, 2009

    No Problem! The Saab is Definately an Aquired Taste! CHEVY Guy here-Faithfully!

  • Travis Humphries
    Travis Humphries Feb 09, 2009

    On those Saab's, When the Heaters go like that, You are Better off taking it to a Mechanic for Repair. There is a LOT Involved in Repairing it and I don't Type that Fast! LOL! I Personally Can't Stand even Lookin at a Saab. Drove one for a Customer once and Hated it. Just too European for me I guess. Drop me an Email and I will show ya My Hot Rods! MrScary6661313@aol.com Can't send Pics on here.

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