Question about Saab 900
Check the head light switch and the brake light switch.Also check the dimmer switch. This switches have got short causing this problems. The car is not turning OFF completely causing this problem. If there is a short in ignition switch then car will not turn off completely and due to short in the ignition switch the power off the car does not turns off.You turn the key to off but its short so the car actually is ok.Get this ignition switch also checked. With meter the voltage at the switches and the battery it should show 12 volts.If its not showing 12 volts ,then there is a short in wires causing this.Get it checked. Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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