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Hi!

I have just registered so hi again.Just need a few tips.Where can you get a replacement gear knob for a 9000 from? The same question is for a body kit(if not a kit,just skirts would do) as well as a performance exaust? Any help would be greatly recived.
 

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The JT exhaust from Speedparts seems to be a pretty economical option for exhaust. I paid just over $600 USD for a turbo back 3" system with cat.

As for shift knob, I would think that you'd have to use a stock one from Saab due to the reverse lock nature. They came in either leather or wood.

Body kits are for ricers. Leave it stock looking and have a street sleeper.
 

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Just a few more questions.What speakers would you recomend(that fit in the stock areas) and has any one thoght of putting a sub in the long load hole?
And finaly anyone heard of any clear front lenses for a '92 9000?
 

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Originally posted by bagpussxyz:
[qb]Just a few more questions.What speakers would you recomend(that fit in the stock areas) and has any one thoght of putting a sub in the long load hole?
And finaly anyone heard of any clear front lenses for a '92 9000? [/qb][/b]
Audio's not my specialist subject I'm afraid... but someone will be along to answer soon..
If not I suggest a seperate audio realted post in the 9000 forum

As for clear front corners... elkparts again!
 

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might have to put that on hold as my sump has just started to give up the ghost! Been quoted two hundred inc parts and labour.Is that the going price?
 

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It is leaking like a b****h roung the bottom of the sump.When i got my oil changed the mechanic thinks it might have been welded before.Do 9000's have a habit of dripping?
 

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No, but there is a level switch which is prone to leaking and is only a o-ring replacement....this makes a mess of the sump area. I would advice you to clean the whole area down and then run the engine to determine the actual sorce of oil leakage. It could be your crank seal also. Clean it first, locate the leak then it gives us a better chance of helping you.
 
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