Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 16:41:05 GMT
From: (Eoin)
Subject: 9-3 speedometers

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

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