Date: Fri, 23 Apr 1999 06:24:58 GMT
From: gardian_gnopsamail.com (GarDian)
Subject: Re: SAAB Battery or 3rd Party?


Take to the dealer. They replace one for free since it's under warranty. Check your manual see if it's still under warranty in your area. Mine just died about 2 month ago. I have a '95 SAAB 900SE. They try to charge it but won't work so just replace a new one for free. Didn't even charge me labour, but I did wait for 3 hours though. The one they gave me doesn't seem to be a factory battery (well, it looks different and is a third party brand) but it comes with 6 year warranty. : ) good luck, GarDian gardian_gnopsamail.com On Fri, 23 Apr 1999 00:18:28 GMT, trikster2nopsamejanews.com wrote: > > > >I think I've trashed my 1996 SAAB 900's battery. > >It won't take a charge, perhaps because I left it sitting for a couple of >months without starting it. > >Yes I know, I'm an idiot. > >Anyway, should I just go to the dealer and get a genuine saab battery or would >I be better off getting a 3rd party batter (any recommendations?). > >The battery that came with the car says "Made by Varta Sweden". Is "Varta >Sweden" a good battery company? Or would I be better off with a good U.S. >brand such as Interstate, Optima, or Delco? > >Would Using a U.S. battery violate my swedish car's waranty???? > >Thanks! > >Trikster2nopsamail.com > >-----------== Posted via Deja News, The Discussion Network ==---------- >http://www.dejanews.com/ Search, Read, Discuss, or Start Your Own

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