Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2000 04:01:32 GMT
Subject: Re: another saab quirk??

The parking lights are made to run independent of the ignition so you can use them when the car is off. Running the headlights with the car off can be detrimental to the battery and thus Saab eliminated the possibilty of that happening. Another Saab quirk? Like the feature that prevents locking the driver's side door except by key, it's pure Scandanavian pragmatism. Saabster 85 900 8v In article <>, "Kaz" <> wrote: > Below is my response to everyone's comments about the rear flog light. > Because i posted the original question a while back now, it means the > message will be pretty way down the list. Thats why i'm re-posting it again > as a brand new message here. Also i've another question.......... > > Thanks guys for you contributions. I guess the single rear fog light is > designed that way. I have, tried fitting a bulb into the other side, but it > still doesn't come on. In light (excuse the pun) of what SaabBloke said > (i.e. having 2 rear fog lights could be confused as the break light) i'll > leave things as they are. > > As were on the subject of 'Saab quirks'. can anyone also tell me, what is > the thinking behind the fetaure whereby, if you have the small side lights > switched on they remain on after you turn off the engine. But if the main > headlights are switched on they actually go off after you switch off the > engine. Whats all that about?? > > Anyway guys i forgot to tell you all what it is i drive. I have a 1992 black > Saab 900 Aero. Its done almost 145,000 miles and last year i had a LPT to > full turbo conversion done on it (i.e added an inter-cooler and APC). > > Looking forward to your new set of comments. > > K > > Sent via Before you buy.

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