Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 14:56:45 -0500
From: Chris Ault <aultnopsamelnetworks.com>
Subject: Re: rubber boot on intake?


Christopher A. Nowell wrote: > > I have been told that the people at the shop who repaired my car may not > have tightened the clamps on a rubber boot around the intake (I assume fuel) > on my fuel injected Manual transmission '87 Saab 900. Can someone please > tell me where and what this is, how I get at it, how I recognize it and how > I fix it? > > Thanks, > -Chris The easiest way to fix a repair shop's mistakes it to return and have them fix it themselves. Failing that, look at the clamp on the intake manifold (go to the throttle cable, find that aluminum-looking pipe-based item up on top). This sounds like what they are referring to. If loose, get out yer basic slot screwdriver and tighten away! Check all other similar-looking clamps. -another chris

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