Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1999 01:26:12 GMT
From: hodge215nopsamail.com (hodge215nopsamail.com)
Subject: Re: Do Saabs have the GM "Sensing and Diagnostic Module" ?


I don't believe any US spec SAABS come with anything like this. I did read about similar devices being installed in late model SAABS destined for the Scandinavian Market. SAAB seems to call them "crash pulse recorders." From a 1999 GMC Savannah owners manual I just happen to have handy: "Your vehicle is equipped with a crash sensing and diagnostic module, which records information about the air bag system. The module records information about the readiness of the systems when the system commands air bag inflation and driver's safety belt usage at deployment." -T On Mon, 31 May 1999 23:27:59 GMT, bertnopsam.net (Bert Hyman) wrote: >There have been a number of recent news reports about the GM "Sensing and >Diagnostic Module" being used like an airliner's Black Box to provide >information about what a car was doing just before a crash. > >Since GM has become involved with Saab recently, have they reached down far >enough to install these Big Brother devices in current production Saabs?

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