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  1. Saab 9-3 Sedan/Combi/TurboX/AWD(2003+)/Conv(2004+)
    After six trouble-free months my 9-3 has a hiccup! The rear offside electric window goes down OK, but is painfully slow coming back up, even stopping altogether at times. If I push up on the glass and operate the switch it all works fine, also if I physically pull the glass up manually a bit, it...
  2. Classic Saab 9-3/GM900 (1994 - 2002)/Conv ( -2003)
    Hi to you all. I have just purchased a 2000/W reg 9-3 2.0 T ( 185bhp as it has a Turbo this right??) Auto. Anyway, car will not boost up higher than the first colour on the gauge. Have been told that error codes point towards Catalytic Conv. My friend / Mechanic says that it'll cost...
  3. Saab 9-3 Sedan/Combi/TurboX/AWD(2003+)/Conv(2004+)
    Is it possible to fit some remote controlled device to prevent my car from being hijacked something along the lines of a cutout.
  4. Classic Saab 900 (1979 - 1993)
    Hi, I've had my 1992 900XS, 114,000 m, for a few months now, and it's been great but a couple of weeks ago it died at the traffic lights after driving home on very wet roads. It started again after 10 minutes. I'm of the generation that doesn't know anything about cars so I just left it til...
  5. Help, Advice, Saabs and Motoring
    Over the past few months I've been bombarded by junk mail from the Saab dealer where I bought the 9-5 (Stratstone Saab in Hazel Grove). As I was not very impressed with the after sales service or the PDI or their general customer service overall, I would not buy another cer from them. However...
  6. Classic Saab 900 (1979 - 1993)
    Hi All After driving back from heathrow in much traffic the cooling fan wont stop. . Any suggestion will be gratefully recieved. JJ
  7. Classic Saab 900 (1979 - 1993)
    My windshield wipers stop my engine when they are turned on. But if I pull them away from the windshield the engine keeps going. So...when they need just the amount of extra power to overcome the windshield's friction,... poof. Any theory about what is going on?
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