I have a Saab 9-5 and its blower motor is located in the front of the windshield underneath the wipers
Yes. Saab makes a 900 convertible. It is called the Saab 900 se convertible.
The Saab 900 gets great mileage if you take great care of the car, regular oil changes, etc. In looking at forums about the saab 900 there were many people who have over 150,000 miles on their saab 900's. There was also a listing for 307,000 miles.
release on SAAB 900 S convertible
The fuel filter is located either in the engine compartment on the left side, or just ahead of the fuel tank under the car on the right side. It is easily removed with a selection of metric open end wrenches (or if you prefer "spanners").
Well I have a Saab 900. If you are referring to what side the tank is on, its the passenger side which took me a long long time to get used to. Saab always has to do something unique(and usually impractical) but if that's not what your talking about, on my 900 it is on the passenger side just in front of the rear axle.
the relay is located under the dash , remove the panel under the drivers side , its located there ,hope this helps
900 or 9000? On the 900 (left-hand drive), the turn signal flasher is located just to the left of the steering wheel.
The Saab 9-3 and 9-5, and the new-generation 900, were based on the Opel Vectra. The Saab 9000's chassis was designed to be made by Saab, Alfa Romeo, Lancia and Fiat. The original Saab 900 was based on the Saab 99, which wasn't based on anything else.
The NG900 SAAB 900 Turbo SEs (1994-1998) Did not have MAF sensors. It has a MAP sensor which is mounted on the engine crossmember. It cannot be cleaned, only replaced. You may see MAF's online for them but you will quickly find there is no where under that hood to put it. It normally is clamped between the air tube to the air filter box and the air filter box. This information was verified by a call to a local SAAB dealer part tech.
yes, same engine.
Buying a used Saab 900 in Ohio depends on your location and if there are any available in your local. Check with your local Saab dealership. The dealership will be able to locate the vehicle you are looking for and provide you with the information.
Yes, Saab did make a 900 SE turbo. Is there a question? ~ Odd looking cars really.
I need the heating and cooling wiring schematics for a 1996 SAAB 9000.
Any individual interested in purchasing a Saab 900 would be best suited to check classified ads that specialize in antique or classic cars. The Saab 900 is no longer made. Other places which may carry the autmobile include eBay motors.
GM acquired 50% ownership of Saab in 1989 but it was not until the launch of the Saab 900 in 1994 that GM had an influence on Saab. In 2000 GM acquired full control of Saab and in 2003 the Saab 9-3 was built which was built.
1988 thru 1993 Saab 900 is the same as the Saab 9000 as they use the same brakes. 4-bolt, 108mm circle. They use lug bolts instead of lug nuts to secure the wheel to the hub.
Perhaps know what the Car really is would help someone asnwer your question in 1993 there were four saab's1993 SAAB 9000 2.3L 4-cyl Engine Code [B] B234I1993 SAAB 9000 2.3L 4-cyl Engine Code [M][R] Turbo1993 SAAB 900 2.1L 4-cyl Engine Code [E] B212I I1993 SAAB 900 2.0L 4-cyl Engine Code [L][T] TurboNone of which match what you are asking about.
300mm approx check which or autocar for exact
Yes, I would definitely buy the SAAB convertible since it is classy.
Any engine from any year saab 900 or 9000, as long as you know what you are doing.
Generally quite reliable, especially when compared to certain Chrysler A/Ts that were known to wear out at 60,000 miles. But the question is extremely vague. Saab 900 or Saab 9000? Turbo or non-turbo? What mileage? Has the transmission been maintained with regular fluid and filter changes? Is the car driven mainly on the highway or stop-and-go city driving? There are many variables, and you're asking about a 16 year old vehicle. Some things just wear out.
The Saab Wheels website features a wide variety of wheels and rims in many styles available for Saab vehicles, including the Saab 900 and 9000 models.
On a 16-valve Saab 900 (1985-93) it is just ahead of the the fuel tank on the right side. You should be able to reach it by removing the right rear wheel. It is a large silver cylinder, a bit larger than a soup can, with hoses attached to each end. On an 8-valve Saab (CIS fuel injection, 1979-88) it is on the left side inner front fender, just ahead of the coolant filler bottle. It is a large silver cylinder, a bit larger than a soup can, with hoses attached to each end.
under the rear seat