Re: Coolant leak at top on throttle body - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
Well if I remember correctly you take off the crank position sensor and you should see some 7 mm screws, take that off and you'll see where the o-ring goes. I would go where some place sells a large assortment of o rings and find one that fits it exactly. The problem I had is that when I was removing one of the four screws it sherred one off in the throttle body housing. I didn't feel like messing with it so I deleted the hoses all together.if you really want to put it back like it was factory I would spray some WD-40 on them and be very careful not to break off the screw head. Any other questions just give me a holler.
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