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  1. Classic Saab 9-5 (1997 - 2009)
    I really don't know where to go next with this one. I bought the above low mileage (32k )car about two months ago from a dealer with a six month warranty. I have had it back for a new set of front discs and pads (warped) and a front near side wheel bearing so far without any quibble. There was a...
  2. Classic Saab 9-5 (1997 - 2009)
    Hello again. Am still loving my Aero. After a few worrying experiences with new tyres on the front I have swopped them to the back and all is well again, it almost likes going around corners now! However, since I purchased the car I have had very poor FM reception. I think the rear window is...
  3. Classic Saab 9-5 (1997 - 2009)
    2002 MY 2.0t 60,000 miles on the clock. Just been serviced and MOT'd no problems (comment on loose front N/S antiroll but not an action unless the noise becomes annoying). Tyres Michelin Primacys, 20,000 miles on them, 7mm left on rear, 4,3,4 and 4,4,4 mm on th fronts 2000 miles ago. Car in...
  4. Classic Saab 9-5 (1997 - 2009)
    Just done a long trip involving a lot of open road and motorway driving. The car (2.0 LPT, V reg) has a tendency to wander on the motorway, such that I have to do quite a bit of correcting the steering. I thought it was down to just cross winds, but it is quite poor if it is just down to that...
  5. Classic Saab 9-3/GM900 (1994 - 2002)/Conv ( -2003)
    Not sure if this is related to the other issue I've just posted about (see Sensonic Death for more details) but on the way to work this morning and the way back this evening before the Sensonic died my boost guage started to wander during idle. Under boost it acted normally but at idle or when...
  6. Classic Saab 900 (1979 - 1993)
    when we bought the car at first we noticed this on the trip home replaced engine mounts (side ones ) big improvement then put koni's and ventura springs better still this week back with avengence you can steer with the throttle power on moves left power off moves right tyre press ok...
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