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    Re: Steering wheel vibration

    Thanks Zohan. I checked the power steering fluid and the belt and they are fine. Must also mention that the vibration only occur when the gear is engaged and car is stationery with brakes applied....
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    Re: Steering wheel vibration

    My '07 95 has a different steering vibration issue from OP's - mine vibrates quite badly on engine idling and I have to hold on to the steering wheel to stop the vibration. The agent adjusted the...
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    Re: Help... Radio and lights not turning off

    When the lights on the panel refuse to go off after the ignition key is removed, it could be a sign that the battery is faulty. You can try disconnecting the battery negative terminal and...
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    Re: 2003 9-3 Aero starting problem

    After replacing the fuse for the fuel pump, can the car be started?
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    Re: Electric Seat Memory M button

    Check the wiring and connections, especially that of the "M" button. Your experience sounds very much like a poor electrical connection to the "M" button.
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    Re: My 1st SAAB !!

    AdAero, you don't know what you have missed in life until Nov 11! I am sure you will enjoy what is called true driving pleasure in this Saab for many years to come.:)
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    Re: Madly flickering xenons

    It is odd to have flashing xenons even when they are off. Normally flashing xenons when switching off can be avoided by turning off the ignition and then the light switch. In your case, guess it's...
  8. Thread: Saab Sold

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    Re: Saab Sold

    What I want to see is the long term survival of and return of profitability to Saab be it in the hands of the Chinese or any other investors. It is also important to preserve the DNA of Saab as...
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    The problem is very likely due to a damaged wire...

    The problem is very likely due to a damaged wire in the wiring trunking on the left boot hinge. A very common problem among the 9-5. The older 9-5 has a boot release cable in the boot compartment...
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    I don't understand why there is a need to...

    I don't understand why there is a need to dismantle the sensor to clean it. I simply clean the sensors when washing the car.
  11. Thread: Silicone hose

    by s2800021
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    This may be the breather hose for the battery,...

    This may be the breather hose for the battery, espcially for the older 95s. The other end could be left hanging somewhere if you have replaced your battery as newer batteries might not come with a...
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    Re: Clicking under gear selector

    If that is the case, you may have to remove a side panel of the centre floor console to see what is there that cause the rattling. The panel can be removed easily by first removing a screw (covered...
  13. Re: Problem with Rear Door Locking and Electric Window

    Check the connector of the wiring harness at door hinge area by shaking and tapping on it a little to ensure good connection. See if this help?
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    Re: Clicking under gear selector

    Try pressing down on the plastic panel on opposite side of the handbrake to see any improvement. That piece may be the culprit and can be easily removed to insert some insulation materials to stop...
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    Re: car won't start

    Sounds like a bad battery but if that is the case, you should be able to jump start. If the engine is cranking, the starter motor is fine. Try checking the fuse/relay box next to the battery...
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    Re: boot/trunk light

    Managed to fix it. Quite simple actually. The rubber tubing can be detached from the bootlid by ply open it. There will be a click sound as if something has broken but this is actually coming...
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    Re: boot/trunk light

    Thank you, AdrianS. The rubber tubing is kind of a tight fit, I guess I just need to apply a little leverage at an edge to force the tubing out. Still afraid that I might break something in the...
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    Re: Reverse parking sensors - a tip

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    You mean false warning even when the reverse gear is not engaged?
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    Re: boot/trunk light

    Any clue how to separate the rubber tubing from the boot lid such that an inspection can be carried out to see if the wiring is the cause of the problem?
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    Re: Another rattle solved!

    Congratulations. Yes, never underestimate the usefulness of the silicon spray. I use that to solve a fair bit of the rattling problems.
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    Re: Cruise control

    This feature of dis-engaging the cruise control is essential for safety reasons. Three cheers for Saab engineers...
  22. Thread: Self Locking

    by s2800021
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    Re: Self Locking

    The doors will automatically unlock when the ignition key is removed. Otherwise, you have to push the "door unlock" button.
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    Re: Sunglasses Storage

    I thought just place the sun-glasses on a non-slip mat placed on top of the dash will do - no rattles, non-slip and easy access when needed.
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    Re: Air Con Problems :(

    Was the aircon working properly before experiencing this? Check the settings, is the aircon set to "on"? also check on the fuse for the aircon compressor. If aircon settings are correct and no...
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    Re: Cure for rattles

    Try using silicon spray on the weather strips and plastic around the door frame may solve some rattling problems. If it comes from door panel, try inserting pieces of sponge between the panel and...
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