Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 21:16:25 GMT
From: sjcrowenopsams.com (Steve Crowe)
Subject: Re: 9-3 speedometers


On Mon, 31 May 1999 16:41:05 GMT, (Eoin) wrote: >Hi all, > I have a 9-3 which I love to pieces, but upon timing it >through several miles of mile markers the other day, I discovered that >its speedometer reads 4-5% faster than I am actually going. On a >late-model Dodge pickup (for example) the speedometers can be adjusted >without changing any gears anywhere. Is this true of a 9-3 (probably >the same as a late 900) also? The dealer's response sounded like he >had no clue whatsoever. > Perhaps this is a good get-rich-quick scheme: Saab is >defrauding me out of my warranty and Chase is defrauding me out of my >lease mileage (JUST KIDDING!!! A VERY POOR JOKE!!!). > Thanks for any input. > >Addressable as Bullwinkle in the >commercial domain of mostlysunny Hello, Speedo on 9-3, NG900, 9-5, and 9000 ( I don,t remember when they started but at least 90->) are electronic. The NG900, 9-3, and 9-5 can be programmed with a TechII for three different tires sizes. Other than that, there is no provision for adjustment. The signal for the speedo comes from the ABS system directly to the MIU (Main Instrument Unit) and is convert in to a signal that the speedo displays. Good luck, Steve Crowe, ASE CMAT/L1, Saab Master Level Tech Frederick, MD sjcrowenopsams.com

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