Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2000 21:22:31 -0400 From: DRC <drcnopsamwa.com> Subject: Re: Pre-wired telephone connecter
In article <8dlni3$sb23nopsamune.online.uleth.ca>, "Christopher A. Nowell" <c_a_nowellnopsamail.com> wrote: > let me know when you find out. I have a pre-wired set in my 87 900, but > the > plastic plugs are broken and could really use it this far north on the > desolate highways. > "Norman Boyce" <> wrote in message > news:8dgdv7$f0p$1nopsamnews-01.ihighway.net... > > Does anyone know where all of the wires go in the connecter. I want to > > mount a Nokia kit in my 94 900 and I can't seem to find any info about > > the > > plug. > > > > thanks > > Norm Boyce > > normbnopsamties.com > > > > > > Norm, Here is the wiring for the '94 900 cellphone connector. This connector is identified as #375 on the Saab schematics, and is a 6-pin Type H6-2 connector, located behind the passenger-side kickpanel, very near the cigarette lighter. Pin Colour --- ------ 1 Red +12v, 30A, Fuse 23. (powers the cellphone) 2 YE/GY +12, 15A, Fuse 17 (for relay only) 3 GY/WH rheostat for cellphone light. As the dash lights dim, so does the cellphone.. 4 BK Ground 5 GY stero muting. When cellphone becomes active, this will mute the Saab audio system Source -- page 292, Saab Shop Manual 3:2 Electrical, for 1994 Saab.