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green96v4Posted - 06 Feb 2021 : 13:28:29
Admins, delete if too large, I was testing our new ftp host and the usual faff to get images onto the forum

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WoodyPosted - 07 Feb 2021 : 16:43:36
holder screws to support rail for steering column in RHD:-

christophePosted - 07 Feb 2021 : 13:32:06
Thanks. I could have a look at my own car but as it is a LHD model, I don't think this could be of any help in this case. Besides, someone has already "tweaked" my wiring circuit. I have a blinking LED under the dashboard and its function is totally unknown, at least to me...
RhysNPosted - 07 Feb 2021 : 09:58:56
I didn't take offence Christophe, just replying in the same vein.
I have been told to look behind the light and fan switch, when the garage warms up with the heaters I turned on a few minutes back I will look. This may be another, "My fault because" moments :)
Solved, the relay I have is nothing like the one Woody has posted below, and has 4 terminals, I took wires off one at a time and cleaned then replaced. All good.
christophePosted - 07 Feb 2021 : 09:32:12
Sorry, I did not intend to be rude. I thought your flasher was in working order. I have a few cars when I can hear it but still don't know precisely where it is located.
RhysNPosted - 07 Feb 2021 : 07:39:58
Originally posted by christophe
Just let the flasher on and the clicking will guide you to the right place.

Christophe, if it was clicking I wouldn't be asking! I'm not really as dumb as that :)
SAAB96LPosted - 06 Feb 2021 : 21:45:31
That is excellent - thank you for taking the time to do this; much appreciated.

Certainly makes tracing wiring a lot easier. I have similar for my Daimler, it's A1 size laminated and that is a real treat for my old eyes !!


christophePosted - 06 Feb 2021 : 21:42:11
Just let the flasher on and the clicking will guide you to the right place.
RhysNPosted - 06 Feb 2021 : 21:12:21
Yes, simple on the wiring diagram, I couldn't find it on the car. Does it look like what I would expect, or weird cos it's Saab?
chris steedenPosted - 06 Feb 2021 : 19:42:18
On the diagram, dead center (looks a bit like the BMW sign) On the car, I believe right hand side of the steering/gear stick/ignition block under the dash but don't hold me to that as I haven't had a Saab for decades.
RhysNPosted - 06 Feb 2021 : 17:20:50
Thanks for doing this. Almost on topic, but where is the flasher unit mounted? I can't find it, assuming that it looks much like any other!
green96v4Posted - 06 Feb 2021 : 15:22:51
Oh don't worry, I'm falling into the "old git" category - hence why I did the drawing!!
chris steedenPosted - 06 Feb 2021 : 14:45:02
That looks good to me so thanks for all your hard work. The coloured runs make the diagram so much easier to follow especially when the old eyesight is below standard in us old gits (not including you in that).

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