Question about 1995 Saab 9000
Posted by Anonymous on
There's an easy way to test what's wrong here. either your power lock relay or your power lock motor(s) are shot. get a multimeter (cheapie one will work) and pull off the door panel, disconnect the motor, and stick the ends of the multimeter in the connector. If, when you click the switch, you get +/- 12V on the multimeter, your motor(s) are shot. If you get nothing, it's either the lock relay, or a wire between the relay and the motor.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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