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Date: Sun, 12 Sep 1999 16:33:19 +0200
From: RCS <>
Subject: Re: 1992 Saab 900S Convertible

1) roof cloth - if itīs still the first roof, youīll have to repace it soon, especially the tan ones, the blue or black ones last longer (spots above rear windows, last top frame bar) very expensive (4000$+) 2) shock absorbers (especially road holding kit) front shocks worn (cheap) 3) brakes, rear rotors corroded very often 4) exhaust pipe (rust) 5) vacuum hoses, stalling problems at idle after full power (tricky) 6) power steering leaking 7) stick shift: gear box (not bad but not the best) So but thatīs it, if it was a 900 turbo (not S lowpressure) thereīs always worth a look at the AIC-valve, be sure to get the stick shift not the automatic transmission, itīs more fun and quicker to drive. The car is nice on narrow roads, long highway driving is little boring cause the car is very noisy at high speeds (above 90mph/140kmh) The car is - a classical dream car, be proud to get one! -RCS- Jonathan Mitchell wrote: > Hello! I am thinking of purchasing a 1992 Saab 900S Convertible with only > 48,000 miles on it. Is there anything I should be aware of before I > purchase? Has anyone had severe problems with the 1992? Please reply to > Thank you VERY much! > > Jon

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