Question about 1985 Saab 900 Hatchback
Your blower motor fuse failure is probably due to the fan resistor. You access it via the left hand speaker where you'll find a multi connector & a rubber cooling pipe connected to it. When you remove the resistor you'll see a set of contacts on a bi-metal spring. Bend the spring so the contact gap is 3.5mm. If the fault re-occurs you'll need to fit the later,modified type.
The CDL fault is probably a separate issue. Either broken wires going into the door or the locking motor itself.
Hope this helps if i'm not too late!
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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