Saab 9-5 I (1997-2010) fuse box diagrams & schemes

Years of production: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Engine compartment fuse box location

Saab 9-5 I Fuse box engine compartment fuse box location

The fuses are located in two fuse panels: one at the end of the instrument panel on the driver’s side, and one under the hood. To check if a fuse has blown, first remove it from the panel (see below). If the filament is broken, the fuse has blown. A special tool for removing fuses is provided at the bottom of the fuse panel. Simply push the tool onto the fuse, squeeze and remove the fuse.

Instrument panel fuse box location

Saab 9-5 I Fuse box instrument panel fuse box location

Fuse box is located in instrument panel on the driver's side

Fuse panel in instrument panel diagram

Saab 9-5 I Fuse box fuse panel in instrument panel diagram
A30Trailer lights
B10Automatic transmission
C7.5Electric door mirrors; DICE: manual beam length adjustment
115Brake lights
215Reversing lights
310Parking lights and taillights, left
410Parking lights and taillights, right
630Electric windows, right; trailer charging
6B7.5Brake lights, trailer
710Engine injectors
815Trunk lighting; trunk lock; door lighting, circulation pump; parking assistant; SID
915Audio System; CD changer
1015Heating, rear seat; sunroof, remote control receiver
1130Electrically adjusted passenger seat
127.5Automatic transmission
1320Audio System, amplifier
1430Ignition system, engine
1520Fuel pump
1620DICE (direction indicators)
16BOnStar (if equipped)
1720Engine-management system; main instrument; DICE/TWICE
1840Door-mirror heating; rear-window heating
1910OnStar; Telematics (if equipped)
2015ACC; interior lighting; rear fog light; high beam flasher
2110Audio System; rear-view mirror; load angle sensor (cars with xenon); navigation (accessory); Cruise Control
2240Interior fan
2315Central locking; navigation (accessory); door mirror memory
2530Electrically adjustable driver’s seat
267.5Driver seat memory; mirrors memory; sunroof; parking assistant; seatbelt reminder
2710Engine-management system; SID; main instrument
307.5Starter motor
317.5Cruise control; water valve; fog lights, front; rain sensor
3215Ventilated front seats
337.5Direction-indicator switch
343012-volt socket (cigarette lighter) front/rear
3515Daytime running light
3630Electric windows, left
3730Windshield wipers
3830Electric heating, front seats
3920Limp-home solenoid; OnStar (if equipped)

Relay panel under instrument panel diagram

Saab 9-5 I Fuse box relay panel under instrument panel diagram
BElectric heating of rear seat
EMain relay (engine management system)
GFuel pump
HIgnition switch
IRear-window / door mirrors heating
KStarter relay
L1Limp-home function

Engine compartment fuse box diagram

Saab 9-5 I Fuse box engine compartment fuse box diagram


# Amp Function
140Radiator fan, high speed
47.5Load angle sensor (cars with xenon headlights)
610A/C; car alarm siren
715Bulb test
920Headlight washers
1015High beam headlight, left
1115Low beam headlight left
1215High beam headlight, right
1315Low beam headlight, right
1430Radiator fan, high speed
1515Fog lights (front spoiler)
1630Wiper, rear


1Bulb test; head light; high beam flasher
2Headlight washer
3Front fog lights
4Wiper, rear (9-5 SportWagon)
7Rain sensor
8Radiator fan, low speed
9Radiator fan, high speed
11Radiator fan, high speed, right fan
13Extra lights (accessory)
14High beam headlight
15Low beam headlight
17Windshield wipers

Information about the model

To compete with car giants such as BMW, Audi, and Mercedes Benz, one needs to develop something unique in their car models. Saab is among those manufacturers who emphasize business class cars. The Saab 9-5 is a model that provides it with a ticket to the big league due to the stylish design of the car. The features of this car make it quite capable of proving itself among all the other brands.

This specific Saab 9-5 covers all the models from 5 dr estate to 4 dr saloon which specifically contains, Aero, Airflow, 2.0t, 2.0t SE, 2.3t, 2.3t SE, 3.0 V6t, 3.0 V6t SE, 3.0V6t Griffin. Saab had shown its elegant Swedish-ness with optimal expertise.  

Saab 9-5: First Generation

The Saab 9-5 was launched in 1997. It was initially available in two variants of engine, i.e. 2.0-litre and 2.3 litres. Apart from all the features, there are some of the innovative features that make it quite attractive. The 2.0-liter models are equipped with an eco power light pressure turbocharging cylinder that helps to provide 150bhp. The 2.3-liter model is also equipped with the same mechanism but provides 170bhp of power. All the models of Saab 9-5 were four-door and five-speed automatic or manual transmission options.

However, an upgrade was launched in 1998 that contains a 3.0-liter engine which is apt for producing 200bhp of power. It was only available in four-speed manual transmission. Apart from all the technical specifications, the optimal styling of this model makes it a hit. It was dependent upon its predecessor in 9000. The availability of heated mirrors, ski-flaps, and outside temperature measurement equipment makes it quite charming. The wood veneer trimmed interiors makes it quite attractive and helps to stand it just next to the rivals such as BMW or Audi.

All Saab 9-5 I info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Saab 9-5 I (1997-2010) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
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