I've just returned home now. I appeciate the prompt feedback fellas
Little background on the problem. I was replacing the bulb and shorted out the circuit (used my leatherman to pry the bulb out,it was wedged in hard, and I was pissed) and it shorted. Soooo-I think tidewatersaab might have it knowing now that the DRLs won't be shutoff by blowing the fuse (from Clevesaab)-I'll be going out and checking #15 since my DRL's are still on I am hoping that it's 15! If not I don't know what it could be.
On the same subject, but slightly off is the little plastic fuse puller..
Is not Saab supposed to include one at the fuse panel ???
Use something similar to a wood clothes-pin to pull the old bulb - if it fits..
Use a 5 watt festoon bulb for the glove box light ; a ten watt may fit but may cause problems (too much heat)..
Mine is also a no-light, thus I will finally look at it..
Okay! I fubared it-was dark when I checked last night and I was off by one fuse-15 killed the DRLs as you all said - but it wasn't blown-it was one of the 30amp fuses and now I can't find the damn thing! ARG
A while back I picked up a clean 54,000 mile 1995 900 with a soft top that didn’t work. I’ve been working with a Saab specialist to fix it, but seem to be hitting a wall on progress.
When I bought it, the release lever had already been pulled
The original SID that was in the car was...
Good Evening all!
So, I have a great feeling about a 900, its had 3 owners first of which was a priest believe it or not and has had SAAB center services yearly for the first 17 years. The second owner had it two years ( sold due to high taxes in greece) and the third guy has had it since 2008...
It may be time to replace my brake booster - I'd rather have a new one and not send mine out to refurbishment.
From what I have been able to find out my booster is part no. 4543872, which is no longer manufactured, and the master cylinder is 4543930.
From the sticker on the booster it is...
I am going to replace my passenger side axle seal on my 2002 93se (manual transmisson) and i was wondering if the snap rings for the intermidiate shaft are simply for holding the bearing in? My design is a soild axle not two part, so theres no access to the back snap ring on the right hand...