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Old 5th July 2012
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when i bought my '99 9-5 Wagon, i was told by the seller that he had to remove the fuse to the internal security system b/c it would randomly go off. reading up on the FAQ section here in this Forum, i was educated that the problem w/ b/c of the battery (which i purchased about 2 months ago) in the alarm needed to replaced. now i was also told by the seller, that the car had no AC. he added freon & had gotten a pressure test & everything came back fine. if i remember correctly, i thought i read that the same fuse that's connected to the internal security system also controls the AC. i'm hoping there is some truth to this & not something else major.
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Did you replace the fuse?
i have not done so as of yet (i know, i know...laziness on my part ), only b/c i haven't done the swapping out of the alarm battery. once i did that, then i was going to replace the fuse. i'm hoping to get this done by weekend's end. i'll have to check the manual to find out which fuse it is.
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