Date: 06 Jul 1999 22:42:42 PDT
From: "T2" <>
Subject: Re: Fabric and alarm questions

Can't help with the alarm, but the liner I know about. Mine was in an 86 900T. Significant separation in several places one hot summer. I tried several repairs (some of which originated here in this group). Now, if you don't want to spend any cash, the one that worked the best was to make a very tiny hole and insert the wand of a spray-glue (I think it said industrial strength, or professional) made by Scotch, let it cure for about 15 seconds and then press up on the liner. This proved adequate to hold it up till the next summer - when it fell again during the heat. So, I took it to a local seat cover place who said they had done a Saab liner before. $200 later I think I had a better liner than came from the factory, wish I had done it sooner. This shop was in Ft Wayne, IN - not too far from Mich. That was about three years ago and it still looks superb. Joshua Greenbaum <> wrote in message > Hi, > > I have a 1991 9000S that I got about six months ago. I have two > questions I was hoping someone could answer. > 1. Is there anyplace on-line or otherwise where I can get the list of > keyswitches that set the various alarm modes? The owner's manual is > useless and Saab's website is no better. > 2. I am beginning to have problems with the fabric pulling away in the > interior. There is a large piece hanging off of the front right corner > of the sunroof now and I was wondering if anyone had any repair > suggestions besides just getting some Crazy Glue and trying to figure > out a plan of attack. > Thanks. > -- > Joshua S. Greenbaum, Program Coordinator > Center for Middle Eastern & North African Studies > 1080 South University, Suite 4640 > Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106 > Phone: 734 926-1847 FAX: 734 764-8523 > > "There are 49 states, and then there is Massachusetts" - Boston Globe > 6/15/99 > >

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