For a while they would turn on randomly, now they don't work at all. The lights that do not work include the speedometer, tachometer, temperature, fuel gauges, but do not include the tcs off indicator or the low fuel and other warning lights. The radio button lights also go off, but not the sid.
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sorry but there is nowhere/body to find out what the code is...the first owner could have written it in the service book but "is that too much to ask...."you will either have to replace radio or an i.c.e.dealer may bypass the code for you .
A SAAB dealer should be able to print one out for you. BTW that engine is practically identical to the V6 used in a caddy Catera, and Saturn Ion. Those diagrams would be the same, so you might want to search that also.
i have a saab 900 se conv that i am going to do the same thing. i think im just going to go with the same color, and same patterns of the old seats. i will just add some ripples, new heated seat elements, and speakers. and also i am going to look into adding vents with fans for cooling.
You may mean the flex pipe which is a component in the exhaust piping (before or after the catalytic converter, depending on model and year of the car) that serves to alleviate stress along the exhaust system by permitting some vertical and lateral movement of the exhaust section that follows it. This prevents broken welds in the system, among other things.