Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2001 07:39:28 GMT
From: hohnopsamlid.invalid (Goran Larsson)
Subject: Re: Need an opinion about 9-5!

In article <m1u9rt02fbulbg2f14d7imb5meip96khoenopsamcom>, Peter Wilkins <> wrote: > No they don't. A rolling switch to increment speed that accidentally > activates the headlamp flasher when you try to use it, and a different I have never haf that happen. > switch with a different motion to decrement. Stupid. > Other cruise controls I have used have a single lever - flick up, > increment, flick down, decrement. Much better. I have never seen a car with that layout. Is this something unique for .au? Do you want a third up/down lever on the steering wheel or should the cruise controls be mounted somewhere else? > The driving lights are fitted as standard - I didn't mount them. > They fit into the spoiler. The spoiler is plastic and flexes. If it Driving lights? Those lights are fog lights and should only be used in foggy conditions. > touches a parking lot barrier or even the road on a steep driveway, the > light pops out of it's housing, even though the spoiler is unmarked. It's > happened to me about 4 or 5 times, the Saab dealer re-attaches it for free, > and apologises each time for the bad design. He says it happens all the > time. We have many Saabs here in Sweden I have never heard of that happening. Cracked glass yes, but no complaints about them falling out. -- G–ran Larsson Senior Systems Analyst hoh AT approve DOT se

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