Date: Sun, 06 Feb 2000 23:15:38 -0500 From: Geoff Goldberg <geoffreynopsam.com> Subject: Re: 2000 9-5 Aero anyone?
> We have a 2000 Aero, and have not had any problems whatsoever. In fact, the car runs well, is smooth and easy to drive. Fast when you need it. Delightful. Geoff > > NatX84 <natx84nopsamcom> wrote in message > news:20000130132935.25874.00000354nopsame1.aol.com... > > Hi, just wondering if there are any other owners of the 2000 9-5 Aero that > read > > this newsgroup? If so, are you happy with your car? I got mine about a > month or > > so ago and have been having some problems with mine. Numerous times it has > > failed to start. As always when I take it to the dealer it always starts > for > > them, and they check the computer for errors and there are none. What are > my > > options if I continue to take this car to the dealer and it wont act up > for > > them? Also I have noticed that when I shift the car into second gear (it's > a 5 > > speed) the shifter does not feel that it is fully engaged into sencond > gear. It > > doesn't pop out of second gear, but it just does not feel right. Again I > took > > it in for that problem and all is "normal" I know this can't be correct > because > > I had a 1999 9-5 5-speed before this Aero and the shifting of my previous > 9-5 > > was fine, no problems. The last problem is that the car sometimes stalls > when I > > turn the steering wheel while the car is not moving, for example, when > trying > > to park. Anytime there is a strain on the engine like that, the car acts > (and > > sometimes) stalls. I have no clue.. if all there so called "readings" come > back > > as normal or within specs, what can I do? Keep taking it back to them? > Call up > > Saab? Any help or advice would be great!