Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2005 11:17:06 +0100
From: Frode <fhnospammica.no>
Subject: Re: 80 Saab


Mac wrote: > I am thinking about buying a 80 Saab 2dr,155,000miles,auto for a > $1000 from a friend of mine. The car has no rust and runs very well > when it is running. The problem is while it's being driven the car > will shut off completely. It powers off, no fuel, no light, no > nothing. What could be the problem. Thanks. My 78 (99) has a fairly large connector block that has caused a bit of trouble through the years. It connects the wiring harness in the engine compartiment to that in the cabin, including the ignition switch. In my 99 it is located just above the passenger's feet - 900's may have it located in the drivers side, as that is where the fuse-box is located - right?. Look out for signs of overheating. -- Frode

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