Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2000 20:36:57 +0800
From: "Sam Tsang" <aleg13nopsamigator.com>
Subject: Re: 900 SENSONIC


TODAY ANOTHER SAAB OWNER TOLD ME ONLY 10 SENSONIC HAVE IMPORTED HONG KONG, AND 2 HAVE RETURNED TO SWEDEN. ABOUT THE GEAR BOX, IF I PRESS HARD WITH THE FIRST GEAR, THE STICK WAS HARD TO SHIFT TO SECOND. SO IT LOOK LIKE IT IS JUMP OUT WHEN I SHIFT FROM 1 TO 2. DO YOU HAVE THIS FEELING. SO FAR NO BIG PROBLEM, BUT I THINK THE GEAR BOX WILL COST .....HAPPY SAABING. KH <khau50nopsamail.com> wrote in message news:38A6E4DC.D9E8993Dnopsamail.com... > What kind of problems did you have with the gearbox so far? I am one of the > other 49 and would be most interested to know. > > Mine was unable to shift into 2nd and 4th gear shortly after I bought it (the > clutch would not engage). Apparently some sensors in the Sensonic unit was > faulty, the dealer replaced it free of charge (lucky I discovered it early), I > have no idea how much it would have cost. > > Have to agree with you that it is not perfect, especially when trying to move up > a slope from stationery, piece of cake with an auto box but lots of hard work > even with a semi-automatic gearbox in Hong Kong! But I do love it even after the > troubles it had given me! > > Sam Tsang wrote: > > > YES, THEY ARE OUT OF PRODUCTION, I AM THINKING HOW MUCH IT WILL COST FOR THE > > SENSONIC GEAR BOX IF IT NEED REPAIR. > > > > I CAN SAY THE DESIGN OF THE SENSONIC GEAR BOX IS NOT PERFECT. > > > > I HAVE WAITED 3 WEEKS OF THE GEAR BOX HOSE FROM SWEDEN, AS THE SAAB DEALER > > IN HONG KONG SAID THE FACTORY NEED TO FIND THAT HOSE. > > > > WE HAVE LESS THAN 50 SENSONIC IN HONG KONG. I DO MISS MY SAAB WITH STICK. > > > > I AGREE IT IS STILL A GOOD CAR. > > > > SAM > > 900SE TURBO/SENSONIC. > > Luca Tampieri <ltampierinopsamro.it> wrote in message > > news:f6Sp4.133457$C3.1418064nopsam.infostrada.it... > > > What about this model? J have a 96 900 Sensonic and j am very happy, but > > > it's out of production... > > > > > > >

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