Date: 26 Feb 1999 22:28:48 GMT
From: wikueldadnopsamcom (WIKUELDAD)
Subject: Re: antenna in '86 900s

>manual or >website that would have details >on how i could fix it I found the antenna in my 89 very easy to replace, about 5 years ago. You probably don't even need a manual - I'm not very mechanical and I did it without a manual. The interior rear quarter panel comes out easily with a couple of fasteners. I chose an aftermarket antenna because SAABs was too pricey. The wiring is a no-brainer, just plug 'em in. Mounting it to the deck us just a matter of screwing down the washers and nuts that will come with the new antenna just like the ones you'll remove around your old antenna -- it fit perfectly -- it was chrome instead of black - but cost about half as much. The mounting bracket on the interior didn't fit perfectly on mine and I had to improvise a bit, but, as I recall, I solved that in about 5 minutes. If you use the correct SAAB part that wouldn't even be a problem. It worked fine when I sold the car this year. Kuel is as Kuel duz!

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