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Old 19th February 2009
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Default Fuse Box / Relay

i recently bought my saab, when looking under the hood i never opened up the fuse box.

i just noticed i have a bunch of empty sockets, im not sure where to get what ever goes in nor do i know where to get it,
here is a link to pictures of whats missing.

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...700873&l=b7a72

some help please,

thanks the govna
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If you look down into your missing fuse slots, you will notice there are no connectors in them to receive a fuse.

They are for options that your car does not have and thus were left empty, but as the same fusebox is used across all the models, the slots for the fuses must be there.

If you look at the fuses too, you will note little numbers next to them, these numbers corrospond to the numbers on the cover. This will tell you what the fuse is for.

Ignore the empty slots, virtually all cars have these.
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