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Bulb..I then tested the circuit with a test light, No voltage

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I have a 2006 9-3 and recently the Left Low Beam headlight failed. I changed the bulb and still have the same problem.. I then tested the circuit with a test light, No voltage. Also no volatge at the back end of the connector..
Is there a relay or seperate fuse for the left low beam?
Any idea where to look next?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Brian replied 7 years ago.

Hi and welcome . There is a serperate fuse of each headlamp . The fuse box is located under the hood on the drivers side it will be marked low beam. If you have any further questions let me know.

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Brian

 

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.

Brian, Is that a common experience.??

 

Kinda suprised the Fuse would blow..Any idea why.

 

Thanks..and of coure i'm going to accept.

Expert:  Brian replied 7 years ago.

Unfortuatly the saab has history of headlite bulb failure and this causes the fuse to blow on ocassion. The wiring and connections are not good quality.

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Brian

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.

 

Thanks Brian...I'm going to go out now and check the fuses.

 

If that not it, I'm back on tomorrow..

 

Is there anything preventative mainteance I should do now..?

 

I have~60,000 Miles..w/oil changes every 10,000 miles

Expert:  Brian replied 7 years ago.

if you tighten connections to bulb this will help. part of the the problem that the bulbs get change so often the connections become loose.

Thanks

Brian