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  1. Classic Saab 9-5 (1997 - 2009)
    Further to my prep for the sump drop on my 2000-registered 9-5 at Easter- just want to check - A) what the oil capacity is B) what's best to use for a gasket sealant? Loctite 518? I'm embarrassed to say that this will be the most modern car I've worked on. Do I just need the sealant, no paper...
  2. Saab 9000 (1984 - 1998)
    Hi there - a bit of advice please. I have ordered some head cover gaskets for my MY94 CSE and MY95 Aero as I intend to re-torque the head bolts (usual oil weep etc). The Haynes manual has me a bit confused. 2A.4 step 4 states [ QUOTE ] On early models, locate the special split rubber plugs...
  3. Saab 9000 (1984 - 1998)
    Hi all I'm hoping to get round to re torquing my head bolts this weekend and was looking at the Haynes manual this morning. It says in there that on re attaching the cam cover a silcone sealant should be applied at areas which, according to the drawing, appear to be at each corner of the cam...
  4. Saab 9000 (1984 - 1998)
    Hi all I'm hoping to get round to re torquing my head bolts this weekend and was looking at the Haynes manual this morning. It says in there that on re attaching the cam cover a silcone sealant should be applied at areas which, according to the drawing, appear to be at each corner of the cam...
  5. Saab 9000 (1984 - 1998)
    Anybody have any experience of what makes of gasket sealant do a good/bad job for repairs such as timing cover or camshaft cover i.e. no leaks after a year or two.
  6. Saab 9000 (1984 - 1998)
    Anybody have any experience of what makes of gasket sealant do a good/bad job for repairs such as timing cover or camshaft cover i.e. no leaks after a year or two.
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