Date: Fri, 06 Sep 2002 09:32:43 -0400
From: Steven Brezina <sbrezinanopsamtext.com>
Subject: Re: 86 900 Central Locking Broken


charles stoyer wrote: My '88 had a similar problem a month ago. This might be of help. It was blowing fuses because of a short in the rear hatch power lock actuator. I unplugged the actuator, put in a new fuse, and the other doors started working again. That way I knew my controller was ok, and I had localized the short. I picked up a used actuator from www.saabdepot.com and now my locks are back in business. Best of luck, Steve >My '86 900 T central locking does not work any more. The driver's side door >switch seems to work OK as tested from the connector under the hood in front >of the door. I am fearful that it is the control unit. > >Is this behind the kick panel under or behind the glove box? I'd like to >know for sure before I start tearing it apart. > >Can the unit be fixed at all or is this a replace-only item? > >Any other advice? > >Car is LHD, USA model. > >Thanks, > >Charles. > > > >

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