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anyone hold a workshopmanual for the SRS system?

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Guys, Girls,

My first posting on this great forum (I normally reside on saabforum.nl) is about the workshopmanual for the 900 MY93 SRS system. I have copies of Bently's, Haynes and others but none of them is in detail about faultfinding the 900's SRS system.

I'm lucky enough to temporary own a Saab SRS tester which comes up with the error: 00:00:09:L, FS1 leakage to ground. However, the french manual that came up with tester is like magic to me.

So my question is, does anyone holds a english copy of the 900 MY93 SRS system workshopmanual? I appriciate your private message.

Much regards,

Robert/NL
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FS1 translates to Front Sensor 1.
I don't remember whether the Left or Right Sensor is FS1, but you can tell by disconnecting one of them and reading the resulting fault.
 

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At SRS school, we were instructed to never use an ohmmeter on the SRS system; the small voltage applied by the meter's battery could trigger the Airbag. Also avoid using a Voltmeter on a live system.
It couldn't hurt on a disconnected G-Force Sensor, but neither could it detect an intermittent fault.
Without a thorough knowledge of the whole system, avoid poking around at the wiring with a meter. You'll need the SRS tester to reset it anyway.
 
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