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For those of you with Window probolems - On my 88 when I started having problems -No motor nosie when button was pressed, I insited on having the console switches replaced first as this is an in-expensive repair and if a smoker has driven the car a lot of ashes fall in to that area of the console possiboly gumming them up. I was right - it was only switches. I am sure a lot of you guys have the knowledge and tools to test things for failures but I'm afraid this lady gets taken to the cleaners a lot. <P>Reading posts hear have helped me pin-point problems prior to going to the shop and I find that prevents mechanics "throwing parts at it until they get the right one". So thanks to all for your comments.

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Some GM window and door lock switches you can take apart and clean/adjust the contacts. Just pry them apart but be ready for a few small parts to fall out. It takes a little patiance. I would not recomend this unless your ready to toss it out.<P>Tom

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Unusual for both to fail at the same time!<BR> I had a window switch apparently fail in two cars. Discovered by pressing VERY hard, each would work. Some one on the Forum suggested spraying them w/ an electrical equipment cleaner. I did so, fixed them both.<P>------------------<BR> <A HREF="http://www.reatta.net" TARGET=_blank>www.reatta.net</A> has supplemental info re.88, 89 and 90 Reatta Brakes.<BR>Please inform me of any new info, info needing editing or errors. A work in progress.

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