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  1. Classic Saab 9-3/GM900 (1994 - 2002)/Conv ( -2003)
    Hi i had recently done the clutch on my 1999 saab 93, and was bleeding it, until i over tightened the bleed screw, i used abit to much force in attempting to untighten/loosen it, the bleed screw with its plastic housing came off, detaching itself from the bell housing with a hissing...
  2. Classic Saab 9-3/GM900 (1994 - 2002)/Conv ( -2003)
    Hi, The Clutch Master Cylinder has failed on my 9-3. I'm in the process of dismantling it, but the Haynes talks about removing steering columns, looms, pedal assy etc. - I can't believe it's so bad - my 9000 was just a couple of bolts in the engine bay and it was off!! Has anyone done the...
  3. Classic Saab 9-5 (1997 - 2009)
    Hello, Removed the turbo yesterday, definitely leaking oil into the exhaust. The main issue is that all the air intake pipes etc have about 1/8 inch coating of sticky black sooty gunge on them. Before I fit a replacement turbo, I think I really should try to get rid of it. I'll also take out...
  4. Classic Saab 9-5 (1997 - 2009)
    Just changed the dash panel in my old 9-5. Took some photos to show how it's done. Procedure can be seen here
  5. Saab 9000 (1984 - 1998)
    working a lot with gauges you soon apreciate they are useless unless you can verify them, but we don,t all have access to calibrated lab equipment. Based on the simple is usually best, the basic stick type tyre pressure gauge is a very accurate & robust design & we all have one in the shed. Get...
  6. Saab 9-3 Sedan/Combi/TurboX/AWD(2003+)/Conv(2004+)
    Morning. The drivers side air vent on my 9-3SW moves/flexs within the dash making a horrible creaking noise. I'd like to remove and try the silicon lubricant trick but am unsure as to the method? ie does it have fixings that can only be accessed when dash out? Any body else tried to get one...
  7. Saab 9000 (1984 - 1998)
    When I was removing my display computer yesterday, it came apart in my hand due to the casing being broken at some point so I thought I'd illustrate a method of repairing plastic parts which are subject to stress which I have used a number of times, such as on the electric seat back operating...
  8. Saab 9000 (1984 - 1998)
    When I was removing my display computer yesterday, it came apart in my hand due to the casing being broken at some point so I thought I'd illustrate a method of repairing plastic parts which are subject to stress which I have used a number of times, such as on the electric seat back operating...
  9. Classic Saab 9-5 (1997 - 2009)
    Saw this new method of repairing the SID on the SAAB Central site. "I used the repair guide already listed on Saabcentral to disassemble and fix the panel according to the steps listed in the guide. Very nice. But it didn't work! It actually made it worse. Probably just because I took it apart...
  10. Saabscene: Performance
    I thought it might be intersting for performance minded Saaber's on this forum to do some on road (but legal) dyno testing using a video camera and stopwatch. Using this method to compare to a rolling road is a fruitless venture as you could never makup for the differences is rolling reistance...
  11. Saabscene: Performance
    Just been looking at this new PPC system for Trionic 7 equiped cars from BSR/Speedparts where you can flash the ECU through the TechII port and if you need to you can flash your cars standard settings back into the ECU..... Sounds interesting, anybody got any thoughts......
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