Question about 2004 Saab 9-3
While driving i received a fault on the SID about my left front turn signal. While troubleshooting, i checked the bulb and swapped it with the right front turn signal bulb. The right front turn signal worked with the left turn signal bulb, but the fault remained on the left. I checked the fuse just to make sure and that measured good w/ 0 ohms. It doesn't look like the screw assembly that holds the bulb is the same as the other side, so i was unable to swap check the assembly. Could this be a screw assembly problem or a wiring issue? Any help would be great.
Well, seeing that you have a multimeter, check power at the socket and make sure it has power there. If there isn't then your wiring has an issue somewhere.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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