Question about 1993 Saab 9000 Hatchback
I went into the store for five minutes. When I came out the car sounded like the battery was wearing down. I let it sit a few minutes and when I turned the key again there was no sound whatsoever. A few hours later it started. The next day it started right up. A few hours later I turned the key and no sound again. I had the battery tested and it was shot. I had a new one installed and even though the lights, radio etc worked, the car was dead and did not make a sound. What could the problem be?
If the car is dead, it should not make a sound, this is normal for dead things. Get a live one.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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