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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem on my 99 SW. The switches are in a block in the center console and they get a carbon build-up which prevents the circuit from completing. Sometimes they work and sometimes not. After paying a body man to replace the window lift motor, I discovered the real problem was the switch! Bearing in mind the price of a new one and that old ones all will have the same problem; what I did was buy a used window switch block for 10 bucks on ebay. I took it apart with a screwdriver and carefully removed all the little rockers and cleaned the contact surfaces. Alcohol, Q-tips, and emery boards helped. No blunt force or scraping tools! Then I put it back together, got a twelve pack and on a warm afternoon I removed the console and swapped the switch blocks. Has been working perfectly since.
Posted on May 06, 2009
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