Shop Saab 95 Replacement Window Regulator
Conveniences like power windows and sun roofs are not important to the function of one's car or truck, but they do contribute to the ease and satisfaction of owning an excellent car - keep your vehicle in tip-top shape with excellent components from an outstanding parts dealer. When you picked your Saab, you selected a car of high quality and outstanding looks; you can preserve your choice by selecting the highest-quality parts and components. Saab is famous for developing performance cars that feature durability and smooth handling. Your Saab 95 Window Regulator is the part that delivers the necessary force to move the vehicle's windows. These components consist of numerous gears, small linkages and a support bar that connect to the manual window crank or window motor. Frequent use of the regulator may lead to breakage or diminished operation. Your Saab is a wonderful thing … keep it purring with our selection of outstanding parts. Make sure that your vehicle will maintain optimal performance by buying reliable automotive parts from our secure website.
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Research on Window Regulator for Saab 95
Most cars last about five to six years between redesigns. The original Saab 95 lasted eleven years. As the years wore on, the 95 sank to the bottom of the midsize luxury sedan options. Now Saab rebounds with a new 95. Designed when Saab was still owned by General Motors and based on the same platform as the Buick Regal, the 95 lacks the engineering virtuosity of its German competition. But it undercuts the competition in terms of price, and besides it is just plain fun to drive. The current Saab 95 is available in Turbo4, Turbo4 Premium, Turbo6 XWD and Aero trim levels. The Turbo4 models are powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 220 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. There is another turbocharged engine, however, a 2.8-liter V6 that sends 300 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque to all four wheels through a standard six-speed automatic. This results in a solid average performance for an all-wheel-drive luxury sedan, while returning competitive fuel economy. The Aero trim, sport-tuned suspension, communicative steering, a limited-slip differential and the advanced all-wheel-drive system combine to produce one of the most rewarding driver's cars in the class.
The Saab 95 has electric windows that can be raised and lowered with a switch. These window regulators can become worn and damaged over time.
What are the signs of a malfunctioning window regulator?
If a window does not go up or down when buttons are pressed, or unusual sounds result from operation of the window, you probably have a malfunctioning window regulator. Almost all cars with electric windows have a lock button that cuts power to all windows apart from the driver's side for safety reasons. If your windows aren't working, It's worth checking if this button has been pressed accidentally.
What are the reasons for a malfunctioning electric window?
Four causes of a malfunctioning electric window are a blown fuse, a faulty window switch, a faulty window motor, and a faulty window regulator. If you hear a humming sound when you press the buttons to operate the window, then you can rule out a faulty window switch and a blown fuse. If you press the buttons, and all the windows have stopped working, then the most likely cause is a blown fuse.
How can I extend the life of a window regulator?
When you are operating the window regulator, release the button as soon as the window is fully up or down, as keeping it pressed can put a strain on the motor and the regulator components. Using rubber care products or silicone spray can keep rubber seals from getting hard and drying out. This will allow the window to go up and down freely.
Window problems on Saabs are common. Many are usually related to window regulator failures but there are many other causes as well, including window roller failures. When the regulator fails the window typically begins to go up and down crooked. When the window rollers fail, the window will fall into the door. You have to replace it or the next time you close your door, the whole window will fall into the door.
What is the Saab 95 Window Regulator replacement cost?
PartsGeek stocks Pimax window regulators for the 1999-2009 Saab 95. Cost is $194.48.
Window Regulators available for the following Saab 95 years: 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99. This part is also sometimes called Saab 95 Window Regulators. We stock window regulator parts for most Saab models including 93, 97X, 900 and 93X.