Date: Sat, 28 Feb 1998 09:42:52 -0600
From: markus <>
Subject: Re: 1987 SAAB help!!!

A common problem. You can repace the light bulbs behind it. Check out and do a search for your topic. The fix has been discussed several times Dennis Park wrote: > > I've got a bit of a problem with my SAAB. It's a 1987 SAAB 9000S. I just > got it about one month ago. Unfortunately, the car did not come with the > manual. The previous owner was an idiot (the car has an alarm and he > doesn't have the key for that as well). But anyway, I'm curious as to one > thing on the instrument cluster. On the bottom there appears to be a > rectangular guage. When the sun shines at the right angle, I can catch a > glimpse of some digital numbers and a digital bar. I'm assuming it's some > sort of fuel trip guage for economy. Well, I cannot see a thing 99% of the > time. The only time I see it is when I look very closely with some bright > light OR like I said, when the sun shines at the right angle. Has anyone > else had this problem? Is there a way to fix it? I'm open to any > suggestions. If it's a bulb that needs replacing, I'd rather do it myself > than bring it to the dealer. Please e-mail me at I'm > desperate for help. Thanks for any help.

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