Date: Sat, 18 May 2002 10:56:44 -0400
From: "KeithG" <noonenopsamhlink.net>
Subject: Re: Packing for cross-country trip


I thought Dave's comment was pretty funny. On your '89, though. Make sure that it is not leaking anything. I am assuming that it has been serviced regularly according to the book with fluid changes, etc. Inspect the hoses and belts. Have the cooling system serviced and make sure that there are no leaks in the radiator core and that it cools correctly. Look at the alternator bushings and replace them if necessary. I have read that the ignition module is a popular spare to carry, but have never done so myself. May want to pack a spare alternator regulator just to make sure you have one. How many miles are on it and how well has it been maintained. KeithG "Max Sadler" <mesadlernopsamy.edu> wrote in message news:ueamsmericv919nopsam.supernews.com... > It's an 89 900S > <davehinznopsamcop.net> wrote in message > news:ac1mgg$m7mlp$1nopsam34476.news.dfncis.de... > > Someone who looks an awful lot like Max Sadler <mesadlernopsamy.edu> wrote: > > > I'm doing a 5K trip and was wondering if I should bring belts, hoses or > > > anything else with me just in case. Any suggestions on what to pack? > > > > Sure; I'd pack a case of 2-stroke oil, 4 sets of spark plugs (12 total), > > and a replacement generator/water pump. Then again, that's for a 2-stroke > > Saab 96...but if you'd give an idea of the age and model, there may be > > more relevant suggestions. > > > > Dave "been there, done that" Hinz > > > >

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