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I have a '97 saab 900 5 speed and my windows, wipers and blinkers all don't work I have checked the fuses and the are all fine. How do I fix it

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1997 SAAB 900SE 69,000 mi.....
I have had this exact same thing happen also and was told I needed a new Ignition switch. I could still drive it , just had to wiggle the key a bit for everything to run. . An Ignition switch is on order.. in meantime my battery died , jumped it off once and it was OK for a few days . NOW it wont start at all, even with a jump! No clicking.. nothing. I took the battery to Adv. Auto. to test it , they say it is fine.. any suggestions anyone ??

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I have had this before. Once I turn the key to the st position for starting I turn it back a click to the on position and everything works.

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