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Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2001 19:37:03 GMT
From: (cs)
Subject: Re: Brake light problems

I have a similar problem with my '88 9kt -- except my brake lights stay on intermittently, my rear driver's side tail light will not come on, nor will my drivers side front light (not the headlight) -- plus my front passenger side light comes on briefly upon starting. Got all that? I am told it is probably the pictogram relay, but there was a suggestion, actually a SAAB service bulletin, on beefing up the ground on the tail lights. I did this, taking twelve guage copper wire and grounding the shit out of it at several spots from the tailights, across the rear of body -- all to no avail. I am not sure there is a fix, and don't really care to spend the $150 plus for a new relay, because I don't think it will work anyway. On Fri, 20 Apr 2001 23:42:16 GMT, "Jason Dodds" <> wrote: >This sounds pretty crazy, but a few months ago I had to replace my headlight >switch in my 95 900S. The switch had broken apart somehow, so when I was >removing it, a peice of metal came loose and in fell across two of the >contacts on the switch. The battery was still connected so there was a >slight pop when the metal hit, but nothing big. I installed a new switch, >but now I have brake light problems. When the headlights are on, the >brakelights stay on. This is a problem for obvious reasons. I know Saabs >have some electrical voodoo, but if anyone has any suggestions on how to fix >this, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks. >

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