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Where is radio fuse on 2003 saab turbo radio does not turn on

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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When this happend to my Saab 2003 9-3 it was the amp that was faulty. It is below the drivers seat and when getting in/out of my car water/snow must have got on it and blew it out. When I removed it there was corosion and rust on it-in my opinion it is a bad spot for a amp. Dealer quoted me $1300 to replace. I am currently looking for less expensive options. I did discover a website www.saabradio.com that may be of help to you.
Best of Luck,

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 Saab 93 SE Turbo

It could possibly be a feul pump/sending unit, or relay.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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SOURCE: i need to locate the 2004 saab 9-3 the radio fuse

Hi I'm litoshop in the fuse block on the left hand side of the driver seat behind panel fuse #3 on the first row that has 9 fuses and on the next row fuse # 14 it will be the 5th fuse good luck if this information has been useful please let us know thank you

Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 saab 9000 turbo. the radio was making a

What you were hearing is internal feedback (like microphone feedback but electronic) causing the output section to act as a power oscillator which can sometimes occur additionally at ultrasonic frequencies along with those you heard and consequently fry the output section. The power output section is normally in modular form and not too tough or expensive to replace but I think it is the victim, not the cause which can happen anywhere in the audio path either by lousy design or the degradation of electrolytic capacitors in the audio path.
Depending on the reserve power capability of the speakers installed, they may also be damaged.
Unfortunately, I think the labor cost would be excessive and the repair perhaps not even permanent; replace it yourself or go shopping for a new system.

Posted on Dec 16, 2009

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The radio seems to have shorted out. Radio no longer turns on, and the turn signal no longer makes noise but still lights up. This is a 2003 saab 9-3 arc. I checked the fuses for the front dash and radio...


When this happend to my Saab 2003 9-3 it was the amp that was faulty. It is below the drivers seat and when getting in/out of my car water/snow must have got on it and blew it out. When I removed it there was corosion and rust on it-in my opinion it is a bad spot for a amp. Dealer quoted me $1300 to replace. I am currently looking for less expensive options. I did discover a website www.saabradio.com that may be of help to you.
Best of Luck,

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