Date: Fri, 25 Sep 1998 21:09:42 +0200
From: "Edmund Blackadder" <>
Subject: Re: Saab 9-3 - dodgy?

For your information; Saab convertibles are built in Finland (by Valmet), all the other cars are built in Sweden (Trollhättan), therefor, the cars may have different kind of problems. Let Saab control/modify the electricity feed you mentioned (for free of course). /Edmund Adam Phillips skrev i meddelandet <>... >Hi all, > >I bought a Saab 9-3 convertible and on two seperate occasions the >electrics have suddenly cut off when driving - not very pleasant when >crusing down the motorway and the brakes go rock hard on you. > >The AA (recovery service) have come out twice and readjusted a cable >that I assume feeds power from the engine/battery to the electrics. The >Saab bods I bought it off say that it has happened in a couple of other >cases but is not a regular problem. > >Because I have a hard time trusting anyone involved in selling cars, I >was wondering if any Saab drivers out there have experienced similar >problems. > >Bottom line is that if the cable issue is common, it could end up >causing a crash and the motor press need to be told. > >Any comments? > >Cheers, > >Adam

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