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Hi have the same problem with the roof of my 900se 98 wouldnt o go up or down so had to lower it manualy its now not closed at the back took it to a saab dealership they didnt seem really interested said their computer couldnt connect to the roof comp:?tried finding the manual advertised to no avail any help please and can you use them manually thanks

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Here is the link to a manual off of ebay which will at least help you diagnose the issue hopefully..hope it helps!

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=220365143328#vi-content

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