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Re: Engine light staying on
They may have disconnected a componet to change the fan, and that may be the problem, I would return and complain that the light was never on before and could they please check to see if anything was left disconnected. I saw this allot as a dealer tech, we never charged the customer to recheck our work.
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A 1995 Saab 900 still used the ISO 9141 not OBD II so an OBD II will serve no purpose to your vehicle. Saab 900 did not use OBD II until 1996. If you want the check engine light to go away on this vehicle you have to fix the problem and then the battery disconnected for a couple minutes and the light should stay away if all is OK.
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i just put new breaks on my 1996 saab 900s front and back but the abs light comes on and off, also over a week ago and my check engine light is on and staying on all the fluids and everything is in the car i dont no what it is and nobody knows i just bought the car June 26, 2011 please help.
I have been trying to figure out the same on my 95' Saab 900 V6 . I am
a Mechanic and this thing has been a real Pickle if you know what I
mean/ I pulled the ignition switch and the contacts on the plug were
corroded and suspect that I am not getting a good enough contact inside
the unit . (The reason why I have not suspected this is because it was
replaced in 03' with a new one, but the way in it mounted vertically
has got to be a reason for corrosion.)Might have been due to the
sunroof been left open in the rain. So I would suggest replacing the
IGNITION SWTICH with a new one, or used (with warranty i.e. Ebay) one if possible. Also put some Electrical tape on the new unti so it will never get any moisture inside>