Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 21:02:26 -0500
From: ljstiernopsamcom (Ellis)
Subject: Re: Timing belt

In article <7tst4o$iak$>, "So-Net for Masa" <> wrote: > I have 1995 SAAB 900SE. > Two month ago, this SAAB had replaced to new engine, caused by the timing > belt broken on the highway. > When the timing belt broken, mileage was only 50000Km. > How often the timing belt have to replace to new in SAAB900SE? > > I spend US$13000 for this repair. > > Masa, Sorry about your troubles, Masa. All that shouldn't have happened to you at 50,000 miles. My 1986 900S has a timing chain (do the newer Saabs have timing belts?) and my car was at 238,000 miles when the timing chain started going. I was lucky and heard it, so it was replaced before it hurt the engine. It was $180 US dollars for me to fix. Timing belts break sooner than chains do, but I hope they don't do it every 50,000 miles. Do you have a warranty on your car? Saabs are supposed to be 6 year/60,000 miles aren't they? -- Ellis

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