Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2002 08:56:33 -0500
From: "Tony at PartsAMillion.com" <Tonynopsamsamillion.com>
Subject: Re: '93 900S NA - Rough shifting when cold


Hello Eric, This is a very common problem in colder weather because the tranny oil will thicken. The best you can do is to use the weight that Saab recommends for your car. Perhaps you need to switch to 5W? I hope this helps you find and fix your problem. Tony ------------------------------------------------------------ Quality Saab parts at discount prices. Saab Master Technician available to answer your questions. http://www.TheSaabSite.com ------------------------------------------------------------ "Eric Durkee" <edurkeenopsametcom.com> wrote in message news:a3sre8$16j$1nopsam.atl.mindspring.net... > Hey, > > This is the first winter that I've had the car and it consistently will > grind when shifting into 2nd or 3rd gear when cold. To prevent this, I have > to shift very slowly. When the car warms up, it operates normally. > > Is this typical, or should I take this as a sign of oncoming transmission > problems. I associate it with some kind of synchronizer slippage. I did > recently change the tranny oil and I am running 10W30 right now with no > change in behavior. > > Thanks, > Eric > > >

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