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Ok, so all these months later, I finally got this noise fixed, and it was actually a bearing that was on the output shaft of the transmission's oil pump. The bearing had completely disintegrated into little pieces, and had to be replaced. The scariest part was when my mechanic told me that the part that failed never had a part number from Saab. They had to get a generic bearing and have it machined to fit the car. The torque converter also needed to be replaced, but the engine and the actual transmission were totally fine. It took over three months to get the car back due to issues with the parts, but it is up and running smoothly again!
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