Who was that for? The guy that started this thread has a ´03 model, and I have a ´04 model.DavidMorgan said:Effectively we don't have the same car........
Sounds like you have a 9-3 but '02 or earlier.
but then again I can be wrong.. which has often proven to be the case..:nono;
Might be different on the Swedish models, I might be wrong though, I rarely use the front fog lights, but I think I´m correct, whatever that means :roll:DavidMorgan said:Moi n'ont plus tout que que tu raconte resemble à ma '98 9-3..
With the recent 9-3s to add the fog lights front or back it is a question of buttons to press and not something to turn..
The rear fog light is a single lamp on the rear of the vehicle, located with the brake lights and tail lights. When activated, it looks like you're braking, but it's only a single light. It's easiest to see at night. Your headlights must be in the 'on' position for it to work. It's only a single light, only on one side of the vehicle. It's there as a safety precaution when driving in poor weather. I use mine when it's raining or foggy and I can barely see the guy in front of me unless he brakes. I've only seen them on european cars; I believe they're required in most parts of Europe.spartanrob said:Sorry, noob here. Just got my first Saab (06 9-3). What are rear fog lights? I have them but not sure I understand the purpose. I don't have the front ones but there is a place for the pushbutton, to the left of the headlight dial (the rear ones are to the right)
Actually, U.S. spec cars do not have the ability to adjust the aim of the headlights. Something about the government not trusting us not to blind oncoming traffic... :cheesy:JBob said:As to which of the switches you need, this depends on whether your car has bi-xenon headlights or halogen, as the switches differ. If your exisiting headlight switch has a scale to the left of the "headlamp on" setting which adjusts the headlight aim (beam height adjustment) your car has halogen headlamps. Xenon equipped cars have automatically adjusting headlamps so the switch does not have this feature.
Hmmm, my 9-2x had adjustable xenons... The adjustment only allows you to move the beams lower, as that is what would be required if you were towing something that weighs down the rear end.Malibu said:Actually, U.S. spec cars do not have the ability to adjust the aim of the headlights. Something about the government not trusting us not to blind oncoming traffic... :cheesy: