Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2000 03:48:47 GMT
From: Your-Site Hostmaster <hostmasternopsam-site.com>
Subject: Re: Electrical Problems in 2000 9-3


I had to take my 2000 9-3 (Purchased in Jan) to the shop because I was also getting a static noise from the right front speaker, usually when the defroster was on. They put some insulation under the dash and I haven't heard it since. The car in general is noisy. Not only with wind noise, but the plastic fittings rattle all over the interior when I hit a bump or when the engine idles too low. Really pisses me off. You'd think that would be a non-issue ona $30,000+ car. -Jason CliffM wrote: > > <Snip> > Gavin Haslett wrote: > > might be able to get the car stamped as a lemon and get a replacement > > I live in Massachusetts - My 1999 9-5 SE, purchased in Oct., > has been in the shop 3 times (so far) to fix an intermittant loud scratchy > static noise coming from the radio/cd/tape deck. > > They have replaced all of the speakers, and now the amp and radio itself. > Of course, I have been getting a loaner each time but it's a big pain to > have > to deal with it. > > What constitutes a lemon technically? How would you get a replacement car > now that we're in a new model year? Where can one find out about how > the lemon law works? -- Jason Hatch Your-Site Virtual Server Solutions http://www.your-site.com 413-499-9960

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