Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 23:12:31 -0700
From: tignopsamnet
Subject: Re: Headlight Problem - '87 900

Hello Lisa, I've had to repair relays in my 900SPG - these are Bosch parts and very expensive. I really doubt that it *is* the relay but if so there is *absolutely no reason* that you couldn't replace it yourself. The relay simply plugs into the fuse block assembly. If you *do* decide to pull the relay be *very careful* when plugging it back in. Occassionally the contacts in the fuse block assembly can be pushed out of their seats. A little electrical contact cleaner/lube will help here (available as a spray from any electronic supply house). If you need to replace a relay I'd suggest trying to get one from a junked car (junkyard or someone parting out a car) to avoid the exhorbitant SAAB pricing. Make certain that the numbers on the relay match. Good luck, Tom

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