Date: Sat, 18 May 2002 21:29:14 +1200
From: "Benjamin Lau" <someonenopsamosoft.com>
Subject: Re: Thanks Richard NT.


"Richard Chew" <Richnopsameldo.demon.co.uk> wrote in message news:MhV3tBAaFY58Iw7mnopsameldo.demon.co.uk... > Also worth knowing that if the battery voltage drops below 7V, then > fault codes can be triggered. Best to take it to a dealer and have the > code read, and probably, just cleared. > > Rich > > > > In article <ac3n7o$ii7$1nopsam.ihug.co.nz>, Benjamin Lau > <someonenopsamosoft.com> writes > > > >"KeithG" <noonenopsamhlink.net> wrote in message > >news:ac2u9e$qhu$1nopsam.atl.mindspring.net... > >> Benjamin, > >> > >> You have to take it to a dealer and have the code read and reset. This is > >> just the first step. The code should be helpful in determining what is bad > >> or if it was just a gremlin. > >> > >> Good luck > >> > >> KeithG > >> "Benjamin Lau" <someonenopsamosoft.com> wrote in message > >> news:ac2q2p$pi3$1nopsam.ihug.co.nz... > >> > Fellow Saab enthusiasts, > >> > > >> > The SRS icon lit up after I've replaced the 'dead' battery from my > >9000CD. > >> > Any idea why? How much to fix? Or did the 'jump' prior changing the > >> battery > >> > fried the SRS circuit? Or is it just a 'false' alarm. > >> > > >> > If by 'jump-starting' fried the SRS circuitry, shouldn't it also fry my > >> > other electronics? > >> > > >> > BTW. Tried to 'jump-start' the dead battery without success from a Honda > >> > CR-V battery. Same voltage, not sure about the current (amp) but isn't > >it > >> > less amperage than the Saab?! > >> > > >> > Worried Owner > >> > > >> > Benjamin Lau > >> > > >> > > >> > >> > > > > > > -- > Richard Chew

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