Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2000 23:30:32 -0500
From: Bernie <besteveznopsamlab.sunysb.edu>
Subject: Hydraulic stick


Hi everyone, I was test-driving a car I plan to buy today. When I would shift gear I felt the stick shake a little for like the first 2 seconds I would press on the gas. When I asked the owner about it he told me it was because of the hydraulics they have put in the gearbox, or something like that. He told me that caused the stick to be put in reverse the non-saab way, in other words, you don't have to lift it up. This car is a 1993 9000CS with all the options of a CSE. Can anybody please enlighten me on this or was this way talking bull. Thank you in advance for any comments. -Bernardo

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