under the rear seat
The wiring diagrams for the Saab 900 are found in the Saab 900 16-valve Official Service Manual by Robert Bentley Publishers. This book covers 1985-1993 models with the B202 (16V) engine. The section on wiring diagrams is about 150 pages as the wiring is broken down by systems, e.g. Anti-Lock Brakes, Air Conditioning, Alternator & Charging System, etc.
Yes. Saab makes a 900 convertible. It is called the Saab 900 se convertible.
pour sortir un alternateur sur une saab 900 1996 doit-on le sortir par le haut ou par le bas?
Not an easy project. Get a manual on your car from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM and it will tell you how.
Underneath the direct ignition. You have to unscrew four torx srews
release on SAAB 900 S convertible
The wiring diagram for "Radio - 1991" is on page 371-123 of the Saab 900 16-Valve Official Service Manual, published by Robert Bentley Publishers. Because of copyright restrictions, the diagram can not be posted here. Every Saab 900 owner should have this book. Price is only about $50. I use mine nearly every week for something.
The Saab 900 gets great mileage if you take great care of the car, regular oil changes, etc. In looking at forums about the saab 900 there were many people who have over 150,000 miles on their saab 900's. There was also a listing for 307,000 miles.
Yes, Saab did make a 900 SE turbo. Is there a question? ~ Odd looking cars really.
We have a 1998 Saab 900. It is not driven often. The battery drains if it has not been driven for 6 days. I took the car to a car electrician. He checked the obvious spots and told me the car should be using between 15-50 mA energy max, when the motor is not running. My car is using 60 mA. According to the electrician, this is about 40% higher than what it should do. The electrician has ordered the schematic wiring instructions to check where the energy is being used. The battery and the alternator are new. I have typed in 'battery drain Saab 900' in googe. Quite a number of hits. Have not yet found the solution though. It seems this is a common occurance for the Saab 900.