Date: Fri, 25 Jun 1999 07:57:19 -0400 From: scot <scotnopsamayer.com> Subject: Re: CD changer has "disappeared" (et al electrical problems)
I can only try to help on the Check Break lights. The computer is required to make sure you test the break lights. If you push down on your break peddle once the warning should go away. I had to read up on that one when I got mine. scot 97 900SET btv wrote: > I just bought my first Saab, a 1996 900SEt. It makes me very happy, > except for these funny little things: > > 1) The trunk cd changer has "diappeared"...It worked when I bought it 3 > months ago, (and did have some troubles solved by ejecting cartridge, > poking discs, and re-inserting), but now pushing the "CD" button does > absolutly nothing...it's like it's off the network or something... I've > checked the connection at the changer, and it seems fine...any advice > before I go fish? > > 2) My dome lights don't work at all, in any switch position, ever...I've > checked the responsible fuse (according to the manual) and it seems > ok... > > 3) I get a "check brake lights" warning every time I start up...brake > lights seem fine (aren't dome lights and brake lights on same fuse?) > > 4) Occasionally, I get "coolant level low" messages...coolant level > seems fine to me, and temp is fine...even in 100F weather...is it my > imagination, or does it seem to happen when the car is on an inline? > > Thanks!