I am having the same issue with our 2007 Tribeca B9. I found a switch assembly for $119, but there is a 25% restocking fee if this is not the correct part. I am going to meter my switch tonight, and see if I can narrow the issue.avk said:Use a multimeter and proceed carefully. Attachment: courtesy of bustedfingermotorsports.
How did this turn out for you?I have a sticky switch for the driver's side window in my '08. Down and Auto-down are fine, and up goes jittery if I am accelerating at the same time. Thanks to avk for the pinouts. I will multimeter it to see if there's a connection problem.
Any idea what the resistance should be for an 08?I did some exploring last night, pulling the switch panel out of the driver's side door. The combinations listed by AVK were very helpful, showing that my switch was operating fine. While pushing my probes in the back of the harness, I noticed the window started operating much better. I separated the master switch assembly to the harness, then took a small tool and narrowed the connection points within the connection block. I am happy to say this appears to have fixed my problem. At least for the short term, I am glad I did not spend the $120 for a new switch.
Saab used to have window switches in the center console. People didn't care!It would seem that one of these days auto companies are gonna wise up and put switches in places that water doesn't drop on if you have the window even slightly cracked open LOL.