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01-04-2006 10:04 AM
Les Bouquins go to torrentspy.com and search for "saab wis" it will give you a torrent file which you can download, then you'll need a client to download the file. my preference is azureus. you'll get the executable file (or whatever extension it is) and have to install it. it's well worth it.
01-04-2006 09:54 AM
Makeyousaab what exactly is a torrent website? the WIS sounds like it'd be a real big help to have.
01-04-2006 09:30 AM
Les Bouquins If you go on a torrent site, download the torrent file for the WIS for your car - Workshop Information System. Has explicit diagrams, instructions and tutorials on how to work on EVERYTHING in your car.
01-04-2006 09:24 AM
Beanz
Electric Connection to Doors

1998 900 SE

Is the existing door speaker (factory installed) wire connected to the 'pin connector' thing hooked through the rubber hose?

Does anyone have the pin diagram showing what pin connects what? While I'm installing new door speakers I want to upgrade the stock wiring and it would be great if I could tie it to the 'pin connector' rather thn drilling and grommeting a new hole. If this is do-able; how do you remove the connector to access the wiring?

Thanks,

Rick M.

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