Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 22:47:01 -0400
From: "B. Smith" <b.smithnopsamco.ca>
Subject: Re: Viggen Vibration


Sounds like the fix might work for you. I am in the process of acquiring all the shop manuals for the 94 on NG but not completed the project yet. When I do, would be glad to share the specs with you. I do check the net on a regular basis but often out of town and not on daily. Spend three or four days a week in Toronto when the government is in session at Queen's Park. For those days the car is in underground parking and never moves. Got rear ended last week in To by a Lexus. The Lexus went under the back and had considerable damage but the Saab has three scotches through the paint to the black rubber and no other ill effects. Brian "D. Cyr" <notavailablenopsamamessage.com> wrote in message news:ghnoeu0so1k2ovll3tru1p6bb9slsqvsr1nopsamcom... > Absolutely. More load on the car- more shaking. As soon as i lay off > the accelerator and let it coast under power it's okay. Gets super > annoying on long highway trips around here, because the land is always > up and down. > > I'll try the subframe bolt thing for sure now- just haven't had much > time up to this point. > > I recognize your email address- you're a regular on Saabnet, aren't > ya? I used to go under the nick "cyr" on there. > > Dave > > On Wed, 22 May 2002 20:18:02 -0400, "B. Smith" <b.smithnopsamco.ca> > wrote: > > >Mine is a '98 900 SE Talladega as well - Go For It! > > > >(Is it more noticeable when you accelerate? It was even worse when going up > >a hill with acceleration.) >

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