Date: Wed, 07 Oct 1998 01:41:13 GMT
From: chrisvnopsameck.com (Chris Valliant)
Subject: Re: 9-3 Service Theft Alarm


I am sure by now Saab know's there is a problem with them. If not, then they will catch on. From my exp. the main cause is the alarm siren. For awhile there they were all sold out, even saab sweden didn't have any. The dealer can quickly tell by checking the computer, or by checking the siren the old fashioned way. Make sure you get it fixed, it's not something that should go wrong on a new car. Happy Saabing Chris In article <6v0j7k$ue3$1nopsamreader2.core.theplanet.net>, npalmernopsam.freeserve.co.uk says... > >I have just taken delivery of a new 9-3 SE. After just 800 miles the info >display came up with "Service Theft Alarm". My local dealer told me there >was no problem with the alarm and reset the computer, but two miles later >the message was back. I can get rid of it temporarily by pressing "Clear". >Does anyone else have the same problem, are SAAB aware? > >thanks >NP > >

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