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SOURCE: 9000 dimmer switch removal

Take a small flat head tech screw driver or a small plastic wedge and be very careful. You have to work it out. Look at the new one to see how it secures itself.

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SOURCE: 2001 sl2 saturn inertia switch

if you are refering to a inertia switch like on a ford that kills the fuel pump in a crash, the saturn does not have one

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SOURCE: obd II locations on 1995 saab 9000 cs

In 1995 they made different systems. If it has OBD, then it should be the conventional 16 pin connector, found underneath the drivers steering wheel area. If its the older type, then it has a 2 pin black connector under the center console area. Hope that helps

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SOURCE: e-150 fuel pump inertia switch location

on some fords it is on pass side kick panel you have to feel in a hole and you will feel a reset button,hope this helps

Posted on Feb 14, 2010

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