Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 13:44:58 GMT
From: "KeithG" <noonenopsaml.com>
Subject: Re: 1995/1994 Saab engines


If they are the same, they are the same. No reason for Saab to lie here. There should be no difference. If any incompatibilities arise after the swap, the parts are still available off the original engine to fix them. was it a broken timing belt or was it run out of oil? KeithG "Peter Dunkelberger" <dunk02nopsamcom> wrote in message news:20010518092421.23321.00000258nopsamd1.aol.com... > My mechanic's insurance company wants to replace my ruined 1995 Saab 2.5 L V6 > engine with a 1994 2.5 V6 engine. The insurance company says the engines for > both years for that model Saab (1995 SE, the engine is a 2.5 V6 24 valve fuel > injected) are identical. I have called a local Saab dealership who tells me > that the engine for both the 95 and 94 models have the same part number. > > Does anyone know if the engines are really the same? Or if there is any > particular thing to be concerned about if one replaces the 95 with the 94 > engine (other than the mileage)? > > Regards, > > Peter Dunkelberger

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