Date: Sat, 30 Apr 2005 17:14:27 GMT
From: "J.  Harris" <jackharrisnospamct-o-cutor.comdamnspam>
Subject: Re: Umm...where is my Oil Filter?


FWIW, Saab fitlers are a dark/royal blue with white type, placed in front (forward of) the oil pan. The drain plug/bolt head is either 13mm or 14mm. When loosening the drain plug look for a cooper compression washer; save that washer for re-use or get a new one; just be sure to use a washer. Also, try to use a six point/sided socket; twelve points can easily slip then strip the plugs head. And if you haven't bought a set of car ramps, splurg on a $25.00USD set when you buy the oil (semi-synth or synth) and filter. And as chores go, this is usually a 2 beer job :o) -- J.Harris '01 9-3SE '97 900SE '88 9000T (R.I.P.) "SilverExpress" <UseLinkToEmailnospamForumz.com> wrote in message news:1_572874_633fb9b2c09c119b58e27e211e46f1cdnospamforumz.com... > Hello, > > We have a 2004 9-3 sedan, and being the shade tree mechanic > that I am, I thought I'd change the oil on this beast myself. Well, > after 30 minutes of clambering around....I could not find the oil > filter! > > We have the 2.0T engine. Can someone please point me in the right > direction! I know these turbo bearings are finecky with dirty oil. > > Regards, > > Jose :?:

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