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Which fuse protects the hydraulic roof pump on a 2011 9-3.I have recently changed a leaking hose and whilst the fluid level was low I think a fuse has blown as SID now says "manual operation only"
The box is labled.
but on many fuses, there are 10 loads. or more (park lights)
only the FSM shows what is really connected in the wiring.
are you in the USA> yes, then read the schematics pages.
if not in USA< im clueless. our cars are different here USA export SAAB , a var rare car here.
good luck finding free SAAB schematics.
Sig: I must ask questions first, I'm blind, and my tools can't reach, dig?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hydraulic pump automatic roof
I've done it 2 ways:
1st - loosen the pump assy - nuts on either end, then unscrew the plastic bottle. This is a pain unless your hands are the size of a baby's!
2nd - undo the nut on the side of the pump assy. (looks brass, from memory and is about a 13mm) and this uncovers a hole which leads into the top of the bottle. Then use a small hose and syringe to refill. This can get messy but was slightly easier than the first method.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
the suspect part for a power steering whine is the power steering pump, flush (very important) the system and replace the PS pump..
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: Saab 2004 9-3 Convertible
Had same problem, in the boot right hand side, behind the removable panel there is :
1 - a hydraulic reservoir which must be at correct level.
2 - a black box (stc) this controls the roof system,
switch ignition off then pull the 2 connectors off for 30sec then reconnect.
This worked and hope this resolves your problem
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
To check the oil level open the boot - at the very back remove the 4 plastic clips that hold the carpet in place. Slightly to the left of the center there are 2 holes - shine a light in the bottom and look through the top one to check the level.
To add oil - fold down the seat backrest. Remove the plastic trim - held on by 4 screws and 2 pop out plastic cllips. Undo the 8 large bolts that hold the cover in place - 2 on top and 3 on front and back.Then lift up the cover from the front edge. You will then be able to get to the resevoir - you will need a funnel to poor fluid in.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
If you lower the back seat you will see a plastic cover on the botom of the opening. Remove the cover (6 appolstry fasteners) to reveal a metal box. The box is not actually a box but a cover for the hydrolic pump. Remove the fscrews from the lid and lift. The resevouar is clear and easy to check against the two fill lines on the side.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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