Question about Saab 900
The older Saab 900's had the relays under the hood on the left hand side right in front of the cowl. Also there is a relay behind the glove box. You have to pull the glovebox out. The fuel pumps are accessible from the inside. Pull the spare tire out and there should be a plug or cover in the floor. Remove it and you can get to the top of the tank. The big pump, or main, is a Bosch. About $400.00. The little pump, or cornering pump, is a Chevy. $35.00 to $45.00. Also check the fuses. Pump relay fuse & Module fuse.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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