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My saab900se gas cover is locked and the fuse is good

The doors have tobe opened with key. the whole locking system does not work, i have to get gas.

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Sound like the acutator behind the gas door might be your issue. you should be able to access it by removing your trunk interior pieces and then testing the wiring / plug to see if you getting power.... try replacing the fuse... cheapest , even thou it looks good .. clean connections ... wd-40 helps ..

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