Site News - 11/22 Member of the Year Voting
Date: Wed, 04 Feb 1998 19:50:37 +0000
From: Dennis Connors <connorsnopsamnet>
Subject: Re: Bigtime SAAB group advice needed

That's not a bad price for the work. Scandia have an excellent reputation for Saab transmission work. Rob is a real rocket scientist. As far as I know, they are the only Saab-exclusive shop that offers this service (with warranty!). Consider how much you have spent to maintain your car's value. Chances are you will be hard pressed to find another Saab in better condition for less. You are in good hands. Esplendito wrote: > Sean wrote in message <34d57952.0nopsamord>... > >I own a 1980 3-dr 5sp turbo which I bought 4 years ago for $350. Since > >then, I have rebuilt the entire clutch system, put in new brakes, a new > >water pump, a new exhaust system, and replaced countless cosmetic parts. I > >really like the car and believe it has so much character. The problem now > >is that my clutch is going out again, my fuel pump is on it's last leg, and > >when I put the car in reverse it pops out with a loud bang. When I went to > >a local shop, Scandia Autosport, they estimated about $3000 to fix. It has > >come down to the choices of paying to fix my car up or go with a new car... > >I'm stuck... Help, please... > > Did Scandia Autosport quote $3000 to fix the Reverse problem, or all the > problems. I'm curious because my '86 900 has a more pronounce problem with > reverse, and sometimes in 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th. Obviously the > transmission has a major problem. I called Scandia Autosport and they > estimated between $1800 and $2000 to rebuild the transmission. This has > been the most reasonable estimate so far. I just wish that I had $2000...I > miss my SAAB! > > Steve

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