Date: Sat, 09 Oct 1999 17:41:06 GMT
From: Josh Landess <jlandessnopsam.com>
Subject: Re: new owner 88 900T convertible


Alfabill: cool name. I own a car similar to yours, but unlike you I don't know much about how = to fix it. My mechanic did recently mention to me that, in his opinion, it might be = best to approach my seats from the point of view that there are various = "panels", some leather, some not, and that maybe the panels could be = repaired? Haven't got much further with that project. Good luck. I'm pretty happy with my car. TLC has been slightly needed, = but we don't have to tell that to an alphaman. =20 jl 89 (Turbo, of course) Convertible 150k Top down, until the temperature hits about ?? degrees. :-) On Fri, 08 Oct 1999 03:20:24 GMT, alfabillnopsameja.com wrote: >I recently bought an '88 900 T convertible, 121K, priced right, and I am >pretty good with repairs. >Input is appreciated on the following: >-Rear window fuse blows on installation. Any good places to start? >-How do you maintain the top hydraulics? >-Boost only goes to 1st 1/4 of yellow. Is this correct? >-fuse for cooling fans blows after a few minutes with a/c on. A/c blows >cold and comp. assm. looks newer. One person said radiator fan is >getting tight. Is this common or should I dig deeper? It seems to blow >the fuse with or without A/C use. Rad fans don't come on after. >-Does any company sell either seat material for recovering seats or the >carpet sets for these cars? >-Car is a cold b*&^% in the morning, stalls and seems unhappy, but runs >good after a few miles. Cold start injector? IAC motor seems a little >sticky. > > >Otherwise, car runs nicely and is growing on me. What should I NOT do? > >Thanks in advance !!! > >Bill Harkell >Tampa Florida USA >91 Alfa 168 >88 SAAB 900T Conv. > > >Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ >Before you buy.

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