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Date: 12 May 2003 17:09:20 GMT
From: davehinznopsamcop.net
Subject: Re: Followup to RE: 1989 has battery drain


Someone who looks an awful lot like Amy Young-Leith <alyoungnopsammarble.net> wrote: > When I > tested two in the passive restraint system, they were. Of course once > I got the seat out and got back there, I could HEAR the passive > retraint motor running, so this was obviously a problem. I pulled the > fuses on the passive restraints; I might get it fixed, might just go > with the lap belts. Dunno yet. On my '88 900T, I just let it run until the shoulder belt was in it's normal position, then pulled the fuse. Just lift it out of the way when you get in, and it works fine. Going with lap-belts only would be unwise and unsafe. Saab added them in 1964 for good reasons...just yank the fuse, and use 'em. Dave Hinz

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