In 2007 the interior was updated, and in 2008 the 9-3ss underwent an external facelift, with many newly designed parts added with both. The second option is to simply pop in a new one and be done with it. To make the customer as happy as possible! In the convertibles, it's common to have some issues with the tonneau cover mechanism. This is a pathetic way to do business. Allow the engine to idle until the gauge needle points between the C and H normal operating temperature.
No fuel problem can be fixed by a gas cap. I called Fox Chevy where I bought it, no answer. Visual inspection did not reveal broken spring. If the other systems listed above are acting super weird, first swap your battery for a new one to make sure everything is getting the right voltage. Yet, I researched further and found that it could be caused by a crankshaft position sensor. This is especially noticeable in areas such as switch packs, stereo equipment, and materials used both on the interior, exterior and engine bay. However, when these electronics fail inside the throttle body, latency and tolerances increase in operation causing hesitation, surging, and rough idle.
About two weeks ago the gas gauge malfunction happened 95k miles. Because they wanted to make it perfect! You can replace the entire control arm with bushings already pressed in and a new ball joint so they just bolt on. Many of these will still translate, however there are some differences in later facelifted cars, as well as cars equipped with the V6 engine. They're plastic in some models. And most recently the car alarm will go off while I'm driving down the road!!! The new 2010 9-5 was a winner, but Saab went under. The ragtops hold their value the best.
There is a debris sock on the fuel pump but due to the cleanliness of modern gasoline distribution infrastructure and the plastic fuel tank, Saab must have decided not to include a specifically replaceable one this is my own theory. Your advice would be precious. Any thoughts on typical annual manintenance costs? I just started a new job this week after being out of work of over two years. He proudly showed me his 1991 Saab that drove just fine. Anyway, there are other parts suppliers out there for Saab. Recently 8 weeks ago Idler puller came apart and belt was destroyed.
My current ride is a 2005 black 9-5 that move likes a bat outta you know where; and guess what? Now my car which I loved so much is sitting in my driveway waiting for the discovery of this elusive part. Or are they dark, or oily? So I swapped out the caps, unplugged the battery to reset the check engine light. If step 1 through 7 is interrupted, repeat the preceding step. Please click next button to view more images. Not a just a dealer but someone who knows Saabs! And it was under warranty. I wish I could talk to the engineers designers and supplier of this car.
I took a look at the sender and it looks like you could potentially take the arm off and flip the board. This seems like it would be more of a robust design, but more often than not you will find yourself having to replace the waterpump without gobs of miles on the odometer. It has saved me from bodily injury, if not my life on 2 occasions. I went back in December, when the Saab had 3,000 miles, and they told me that they had to wait to recognize the warranty, because Saab declared bankruptcy, and to come back in January 2012. Whoever has a Saab please take it back or trade the car.
Time to start dumpster diving! Keywords for Saab 9 3 Turbo Problems :. I went back in January, and was told they would not honor the warranty, nor the existing repair needed. It keeps telling me my tail light is out even though it is not. Sorry to see them go, I loved all but the one. The first is a very annoying clicking sound around the glovebox area. Regularly dealer serviced, with its full service history, etc.
The parts and computer programs are difficult to find or not accessible. The mechanic said it could be a spark plug issue, but not to worry if it had only happened twice. Repeat steps 1 through 8 at least one more time. Now, every auto company is showing their turbo 4 cylinders and turbo 6 cylinders. Removing the valve cover to inspect the valvetrain is a good idea also. I'm praying my high beams don't go out because they're currently working knock on wood. I hope this might help you.
A year ago I replaced fuel pump and crank sensor. Later, about an hour, it would not start. It is now Jan 2012. I was expecting around 300000 miles before any serious engine failure from this vehicle. In my opinion, the best cars ever made and I'm in the hunt for a low mileage used one right now. Any ideas where to start??? Within the first day, I parked it in the garage, and came home the next day to find a big puddle of oil under it.