Date: Sat, 04 Mar 2000 13:30:39 GMT
From: DeepPurple <>
Subject: Re: Help - Service question '94 9000 CSE

Ibo Jan, Thank you for the suggestion. That is the route I'm going to take. I can't believe what the dealers think that they can get away with on these cars. I'll e-mail you if I run into some trouble. DeepPurple On Fri, 3 Mar 2000 20:20:46 +0100, "IBO JAN BROUWER" <i.j.brouwernopsaml> wrote: > >DeepPurple <> schreef in berichtnieuws >hcibbso7edo0milra2qnkk7al580ces730nopsamcom... >> I have a 1994 9000 CSE Turbo (I don't think Saab made a non-turbo in >> the US during that year), and have just been informed that I need a >> new alternator. What should I expect to pay for this repair? The >> dealer told me $436. I told him to go scratch. >> >> Let me know what you think. >> >> DP >> DeepPurple >> If it ain't Purple it ain't Deep enough > >Hello >Have you think on a second hand repaired alternator? If you buy the book >Owners Workshop Manual from Haynes Saab 9000 from 1985 to 1995 you can fix a >lot of repairs by yourself. I was not a repairman, but now i save a lot of >money. It isn't difficult, the book shows a lot of photos how to repair >things. >The cost of 436 dollar is high. A secong hand repaired alternator cost you >about 60 dollar. Then the cost of a meal in a restaurant with your family >because you repaired the car and you are very proud cost 80 dollar. So it >cost you 140 dollar. You save 296 dollar! The first step for an other Saab. >If you have any questions please write me. My english is not very well but >we can try. > >Saabgreetings from the place Dokkum in Holland > >Ibo-Jan Brouwer >i.j.brouwernopsaml > DeepPurple If it ain't Purple it ain't Deep enough

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