Date: Sat, 14 Aug 2004 13:02:28 GMT From: - Bob - <noonenospamereonthenet.com> Subject: Re: DI cassette
On Sat, 14 Aug 2004 08:32:30 -0400, "Fred W." <Fred.Willsnospampam myrealbox.com> wrote: >Probably, but it really is pretty intuitive. 4 screws, detatch the wiring, >pull up on the handles (ends). Reverse to install. And in case you've never undone a Saab electrical connector, just push the open end of the gray "U" shaped thingy towards the closed end of the "U". As soon as you get it back a few mm's you will be able to pull the connector off. THe DI just pulls straight up and off like Fred said. A torx driver to do all this is in your trunk. >The only thing special is to lube the rubber ends of the coil-overs with >silicone grease just like you would a spark plug boot before reassembly. >Oh, and I have also heard that it is best not to invert the DI so that the >thick insulating oil inside the coils does not have a chance to run around >inside them leaving air pockets that might arc later. Some folks suggest placing the DI in the "installed" position for 30 minutes before installation to make sure the oil runs down. Or, just don't start the car for 30 minutes after install. In case no one has told you this, buy it from EEUROPARTS.COM (two e's) THey are very inexpensive and ship same day.