Date: Sat, 8 Jan 2000 22:40:14 -0000
From: "Simon" <smturnernopsamm.net>
Subject: Re: is there an online source for service info???


Hello Jim, Try the "Bookshop" at www.nospam.net for a selection of "Classic" 900 workshop manuals. Simon. leone <leone123nopsamigy.net> wrote in message news:858dqh$a5ag$1nopsamsvr03-int.news.prodigy.com... > > does anyone know of an online source of "manual-type" info. > > i know of some bmw sites that basically have the service manuals online > (with all the pics, etc.) and i'm curious if there's something similar for > saabs out there. > > i was curious because i've got a very small oil leak in the rear of the > motor and i'm trying to narrow down all the possible sources. this summer i > want to attack as many possible future headaches as i can. the car's an > '89Turbo with ~150,000. > > thanks for the info... > > ps > > i had my oil changed at the dealer (they were doing some other stuff and > it's cold in buffalo) and they put a little too much oil in. the level was > about 1/2 quart over the "max". i then drove from buffalo to dc and when i > got to dc the car was "dumping" oil out. i thought a seal or something > decided to go (maybe the oil pump) so i brought it somewhere the next day > (after an angry night of punching the walls). however, by then it wasn't > leaking. it was back to it's "drop here and there" state. has this > happened to anyone and is there a specific "valve" type thing that deals > with excess oil pressure? if not, where does the oil come out of? i'm now > just at the max line (maybe a hair above) and it may drip minimally if it's > good and hot, but i can live with that. > > i also noticed that the inner pulley straight down from the airconditioner > compressor is a bit wobbly when the car's running. i'm assuming that that's > a bad thing. > > anyways, thanks for any info.. > > > jim leone > '89 900T > > > > >

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