Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 09:19:04 GMT
From: "Paul" <ppanettanopsampacific.com.au>
Subject: Re: Advice on buying Saab 9000


On 2-Sep-2002, "tCowjww" <tCowjwwnopsamsers.yahoo.co.uk> wrote: > I wonder if the heater has been disconnected to disguise a potential > problem with a leaking heater matrix, which is (apparently) not all that > easy to replace? > > Cheers, > Tim Hi Tim, Thanks for the reply. I asked the local saab dealer and they also said it could be the heater core which is a known problem and is about a $US400 repair. The way the seller described the problem matches the saab dealer description (i.e. faulty pipe leaking into the cabin) so I will probably get the car checked by someone qualified, but even so it still has a good service history and is not highly priced. I am more concerned about the shaky steering wheel, seems a bit odd. Regards, Paul P.

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