Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 12:05:09 +0100
From: "Tom" <saabtechnospamnnect.com>
Subject: Re: 1992 saab conv 2.1


"PAPAGENE4JACK" <onlnrnospamcom> wrote in message news:e764c3e94de202095ba5870463919ec9nospamlhost.talkaboutautos.com... >I Am Having trouble adjusting the linkage that controls the shifting on my > automatic tran. I know the where and how to adjust but I cant seem to get > it so it doesnt slip in first gear when cold. Once it warms 5miles or so > it shifts flawless until next morning. There is also a plastic screw next > to the linkage with a spring going into the firewall I think this all > started when I tuened that plastic screw. Any guidance would be > appreciated. Thanks papa gene Slippage in first gear when cold is usually caused by low fluid level, the oil pan on the classic 900 is very shallow so even a shortfall of 1/2 a litre can cause the problem. As the fluid warms it expands and so brings up the fluid level. Check the level with the engine running and the "shifter" in park, and use the side of the dipstick depending on wether hot or cold. HTH, Tom, Saabtech.

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