Reset test brake light Saab 9-3
Reset test brake light Saab 9-3 first generation. From year: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002.
How to reset test brake light Saab 9-3 first generation.
- Turn ignition to ON position, do not start the engine.
- The test brake warning light message cannot be removed by pressing CLEAR button.
- To reset the indicator press the brake pedal to clear.
Saab Information Display (SID):
- Outdoor temperature display can be adjusted.
- Days remaining to next service can be activated/counted or not.
- Delete “Test Brake Light“ message on SID at start-up.
CHECK messages. When the engine is started, CHECKING will appear on the display for about four seconds, while the SID checks are being performed. When a CHECK message is generated while the car is being driven, a chime will sound, INFO DISPL will illuminate on the main instrument panel, and the message will appear on the SID. The number of messages that can be displayed by the SID varies with the specification of the car. If more than one CHECK message has been generated, the + symbol will appear to the left of the text on the display. The messages appear in order of priority. If a new fault occurs while another message is being displayed, the message relating to the new one will appear for 10 seconds, after which the display will return to the earlier one. Press CLR once to acknowledge a message, hereupon it will be cleared from the display. It will not be displayed again before the ignition has been switched off and then on again.
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