Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2000 09:47:56 +1100 From: "Michael Rochfort" <michaelnopsamam.isd.cs.nsw.gov.au> Subject: Re: reset low fuel light
You may have a problem with the sender unit in the fuel tank. About a month before the sender in my '83t went west, this same thing happened. After the unit went completely, I found that it had dis-assembled itself inside the tank, and a wire on the unit was broken. If the light annoys you and you want to wait until the unit freaks out altogether, remove the speaker grille over the instrument panel, and look back towards the back of the instrument panel behind where the low fuel liht is. Look for a red sqare plasic globe holder, and twist it to remove it. This will cripple the light, and may be a little hard to put back, but will fix the immediate problem Erik wrote in message <894618$aoj$1nopsam1.deja.com>... >I own a saab 900 turbo SPG. A while ago my low fuel light came on for no >reason and has remained on ever since. I have never driven with less >than a quarter tank of gas in it. Anyways, does anybody know how I can >get this light to go off. > > >Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ >Before you buy.