Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2000 22:25:18 -0800
From: "wgmoore" <wmoorenopsamcrest.net>
Subject: Re: Weird light problem


John is right, but ours was so bad we had to splice all thegrounds from all the SOCKETS into one ground wire then clean a new body ground for it. John R. Weiss <jrweissnopsamet*nospam*.com> wrote in message news:87o43u$ri4$1nopsamanet.com... > Bad grounds due to corrosion in the rear light assemblies is common. Take them > apart and clean them out. > ----------------- > John Weiss > Seattle, WA > remove *nospam* from e-mail address for reply > > Jim LeMaster <lemasterjpmdnopsamon.total-web.net> wrote in message > news:s9uo0fs4hse27nopsam.supernews.com... > > First of all thanks to all those who helped me find a tool to replace > > the brakes on my son's new (old) 900 S. > > Now that the brake problem is solved, the next one to tackle is a wild > > short in the lights. When you put the brakes on, the tail lights and turn > > signals go out completely and the back up lights and front parking lights > > come on! The high mounted brake light works normally. The turn signals are > > fine UNLESS you put on the brakes. Any suggestions... I fear perhaps a > > former owner has tried to install a trailer hitch or something. I have a > > Hayes shop manual but am not a motorhead by any means. Can anyone give me an > > idea where to start. My teenager can't wait to go Saabin'. We just bought > > this car three weeks ago and I'm trying to get all the bugs out of it before > > he takes it over. > > > > Thanks > > Jim in > > WV > > > > > > >

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