If it's side play in the wheel itself, the plastic bushing is the problem. Was still available from SAAB dealers a year or two or three ago for about five bucks. But first get your hands on a Bentley manual and carefully follow the instructions, especially regarding battery disconnect and removal-replacement of the clockspring. If you don't have the correct number of turns on the clockspring assembly when you put everything back together, you will break off the contact/cable ends and then the new one will not only set you back $150 (if you can even still find one), but as I recollect, you'll have to go into a high-end shop to get the warning light/ computer re-programmed.
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