The Saab 900 (NG) and early 9-3s have amber repeaters as standard. Unfortunately these don't match
any other part of the car, since the front indicators are clear, and the rear ones are smoked or clear.
There are a number of options for replacing these, but since I have a dark blue car, I replaced
mine with a pair of smoked ones. They are a genuine Saab part, purchased from
around £12 - a small price for an improved look to the car.
Removing and Fitting the side Repeaters
Removal of the original repeaters is very easy.
As you can see from the picture, the repeater has a spring clip on the front edge. Simply push
the repeater towards the front of the car, and ease the rear edge of the repeater out.
Now simply disconnect the 2 wires from old repeater by pulling them off.
With the repeater disconnected, now's always a good time to give the area a quick clean, since it
will never usually see soap. Make sure you don't drop the wires down into the body work.
To fit the new repeaters, connect the 2 wires to the new repeater by pushing them on. Then slide
the front of repeater into the gap and push forwards against the spring, allowing you to slot in
the rear of the repeater, so that it fits flush with the panel.