Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 16:48:55 -0400 From: "jbutterf" <jrbutternopsamr.net> Subject: Re: 94 900s (v6) looking for turn signal relay location?
Well, that makes me both worried and hopeful at the same time. Since the problem has been very intermittent, I'm hoping it's a bad connection somewhere. But given the location and the windshield leak that was dribbling in that vicinity, I'm a little worried. :( I'll probably try to get at the connections on the ICE and make sure they're dry and solid. Will check the side markers too since they've gotten water-logged in the past. With both failing at the same time, and the corresponding fog light not lighting up when the turn signal is activated, it again points to a central failure in my mind. :( Any other ideas are welcome. :) Especially those that have experience. :P My symptoms are basically that the turn signals work intermittently, mostly in a 'fast' flashing mode- and the same occurs whether using the turn signal lever or the hazard switch. Side markers and fogs don't fire ever, but the fog lights do work on their switch (as does the rear fog). Occasionally I get a warning that the brake light has failed, but test and it is working fine. -Jason "Steve Crowe" <scrowenopsamink.net> wrote in message news:56qlcvg9aqao2g3m8j10vs0ihul63etok7nopsamcom... > On Tue, 20 May 2003 18:59:00 -0400, "jbutterf" <jrbutternopsamr.net> > wrote: > > >Can anyone tell me where to find the turn signal control relay on a 1994 > >900? I followed the sound (stupid me) and discovered it's just a speaker in > >the dash display by the clock... > > > >Any help would be appreciated. Trying to diagnose electronic problems really > >bites. :( > > > > > There is not a turn signal relay on the NG 900. Turn signals are > activated by the Intergrated Central Electronics (ICE) unit. It is > located under the left side of the dash above the relay board. You > have to remove the left lower dash to get to it and drop the board to > get to it. It is a black box with a large multipin connector. > > You are correct in that the sound comes from the Saab Information > Display (SID) unit. The SID is networked to ICE. When ICE receives an > input from the driver (via the turn signal switch) it turns on the > desired side lights at the preprogrammed flash rate. A signal is then > sent to SID to acitvate the click sound. > > Hope this helps, > > Steve Crowe, ex-Saab Master Tech > scrowenopsamink.net > Harpers Ferry, WV